Matt Rissell reports for The Huffington Post, "There are more than 14 million entrepreneurs in the United States today. Together, they represent more than 10 percent of the nation’s 146 million workers. But it doesn’t stop there; the employees those entrepreneurs hire constitute yet another 20 percent of the U.S. workforce—putting a whooping 43 million people (three for every 10) under the self employed/small business umbrella. However, it’s a well known statistic that eight out of 10 small businesses fail within the first 18 months. Which means that 80 percent of those 14 million entrepreneurs will never get their small business off the ground."
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Leading up to the concert, TheCannabist.co reported, "And the hits to the Cannabis Cup in Colorado keep coming. First the U.S. Cannabis Cup got booted from its Denver-adjacent home. Then its plans to stage a Cup in southern Colorado fell apart. Then High Times magazine’s largest event moved from Colorado for a greener, more lenient home in southern California. And now the Cup’s lone Colorado event — a High Times-sponsored concert April 19 with Cypress Hill, George Clinton and others with a Cannabis Cup awards show tagged on — is moving to a much smaller venue less than a week before showtime."
As this video reveals, the show did go on.
NYTimes.com reports, "Presidential Candidates on Health Care: Republicans are staunchly opposed to the Affordable Care Act, the signature domestic policy achievement of President Obama’s administration. They want to get rid of it. Mrs. Clinton and Mr. O’Malley would keep most of the health care overhaul, while Bernie Sanders wants to move to a single-payer health care system."
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"Ells continued that they aim to make Chipotle the safest place to eat and are working with industry experts to ensure that's the case. Moran also said they're confident in Chipotle's future and have been buying back shares at these depressed levels to show their conviction," reports TheStreet.com.
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'Colombia is among a growing list of countries that have legalized marijuana for medical use. While many applaud the development, this sanctioning also brings new regulations, bureaucracy and costs," reports CCTV. "Little Valeria Rincon was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was just a few months old. Early on, she did not respond well to traditional drug treatment. Her mother says those drugs kept her baby in a constant drunk-like state. Then a pediatrician suggested an alternative. “We gave her the first drop of cannabis and Valeria’s seizures went from every day to every three days, she lasted three days without convulsing, so we kept increasing her dosage. Then she started to convulse only every three months, so that was a huge improvement,” Paola Zuluaga, Valeria’s mother said.
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As PilotOnline.com reports, "It's a clear Mother's Day marketing ploy, designed to sell flowers: A staged reunion. Dramatic music. A man in uniform. A sappy story.
Watch it, though, and try not to cry.
There's something universal about the story Cmdr. Ryan Breed tells during the Teleflora commercial posted online last week. An accomplished Navy pilot, raised by a single mom, taking time to tell her thank you."
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CNBC suggests, "Ask your parents where they keep their money. Discuss when they would want you to step in and manage their day-to-day finances. To prepare, find out where they keep important paperwork, including wills and deeds, and who their financial, legal and tax professionals are. If they do not have a financial advisor, lawyer or accountant, talk to them about finding professionals who can work with all of you."
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An amended tax return generally allows you to file again to correct your filing status, your income or to add deductions or credits you may have missed.
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Purchasing the right Auto Insurance can be a difficult and often a time consuming decision. Auto insurance is not only necessary; California law requires it, as do most states. Auto insurance covers you from losses incurred while operating a vehicle and safeguards your financial security in the event of an accident. You can purchase different coverage depending on your personal needs. Coverage can protect you from liability in the event of bodily injury, property damage, and medical payments, comprehensive & collision coverage.
Says Jimmy Kimmel's crew, "California was the first state to legalize marijuana for medical use, but we aren’t so strict when it comes to why doctors can prescribe it. So Jimmy thought this would be a good area for our audience guessing game #PedestrianQuestion. We went out on the street and asked people a very straight-forward question - “Do you have a medical marijuana card?”
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You may review your health plan coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace and decide if you need to make changes for 2017. You have options during Open Enrollment each year. You can choose to stay in your current plan if it’s still available.
Health insurance is insurance that pays for medical expenses. It is sometimes used more broadly to include insurance covering disability or long-term nursing or custodial care needs. It may be provided through a government-sponsored social insurance program, or from private insurance companies.