Coworking spaces can be found all over the world, like this one from Industrious in West Hollywood. Industrious started in 2013 and has been growing rapidly. Industrious Back in 2007, there were a grand total of 14 coworking spaces worldwide. It was the early days of the gig economy, when freelancers and other independent workers were just figuring out that working from home wasn't all it's cracked up to be. Looking for someplace other than Starbucks for the holy trinity of WiFi, coffee and camaraderie, they discovered coworking. Coworking spaces are hip, members-only workspaces designed with the mobile modern worker in mind. Picture the set of a movie about a cool Silicon Valley startup. Lots of natural light and exposed brick, good-looking people with laptops spread across high café stools, leather couches and glass-walled offices. For a monthly fee, members get access to more than a state-of-the-art workplace with speedy WiFi and snacks; they join a thriving community of … [Read more...] about The Pros and Cons of Coworking Spaces
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Things felt like they were finally turning around for Aaron Woodrum in March 2015 after several months of unemployment. The 38-year-old had fallen behind on bills, causing his credit score to slip. But, thankfully, he’d secured a new job, bolstering his prospects. He just needed a car. Living in Plainfield, Indiana, population 31,000, a vehicle is almost always necessary to get—and keep—a job. One day, he found a solution: an online ad for an auto dealer that offered financing to consumers with low credit scores. Woodrum said he filled out a form and, shortly after, the dealership gave him a call. When he arrived, Woodrum found a 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 that seemed perfect. He had a decent chunk of savings, $4,000, as a down payment. The dealer said that was more than enough. “I didn’t think I’d get one because of my credit,” he said. “But they worked it out somehow.” The sales price of his truck was about $21,000. Woodrum purchased … [Read more...] about How Subprime Car Loans Are Ruining Lives And Repeating The Mistakes Of The Housing Crisis
If you own your own business and have no partners, chances are you'll file taxes as a sole proprietor. © BUCK Studio/Corbis So you have a bang-up idea for a business, and you're willing to commit your heart and soul to getting it up and running. How will you structure it? Though you may have a personal preference, you should understand the views of the IRS. You'll be filing tax returns, and different types of businesses have different filing requirements. The IRS recognizes five types of businesses: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, S corporation and limited liability company or LLC. Many small businesses go the sole proprietorship route. Its name says it all: One person is in charge and accepts all responsibilities, debts, losses and obligations. On the plus side, the owner also receives 100 percent of the profits. Another bonus: The owner simply has to file the standard 1040 tax form along with Schedule C, which identifies profits, losses and expenses. Sole … [Read more...] about What are the different types of businesses?
Ostriches are raised for their lean red meat. These ostriches are seen at a commercial farm. Dima Korotayev/Pressphotos/Getty Images Standing up to 9 feet (2.7 meters) tall with lanky legs, massive bodies, huge overbites and eyes the size of a child's fist, an ostrich looks like an avian punch line [source: San Diego Zoo]. These birds are no laughing matter, though. They're the largest birds alive, and they can kill a lion with one swift kick. The ostrich is different from almost all other birds. They belong to a family of birds called ratites, which includes emus and rheas as well, and they are easy to tell apart from other winged creatures. For one thing, these birds can't fly. As strange as it seems for a bird to be flightless, it makes sense if you consider flight as a way to escape predators. Ostriches don't need that particular escape route because they can sprint at up to 43 miles per hour (70 kph) and run long distances at more than 30 mph (50 kph) [source: San Diego … [Read more...] about Why do ostriches have red meat instead of white?
Luis Aparicio Joe Cronin Billy HermanTony PerezEd Barrow Bobby Doerr Harry Hooper Red RuffingWade Boggs Hugh Duffy Waite HoytBabe RuthLou BoudreauDennis EckersleyFerguson Jenkins Tom Seaver Jesse Burkett Rick FerrellGeorge Kell Al Simmons Orlando Cepeda Carlton FiskHeinie Manush Tris Speaker Frank Chance Jimmie Foxx Juan Marichal Ted Williams Jack ChesbroLefty Grove Tommy McCarthyCarl YastrzemskiJimmy CollinsBucky HarrisHerb PennockCy Young … [Read more...] about Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame Members