1. Making America A Better Place For Start-Ups

    Making America A Better Place For Start-Ups
    Making America more friendly to start-ups will require tax and healthcare reform (Photo credit: 401K) Derek Thompson has a really excellent post up at The Atlantic on the need to craft policy that makes it easier for innovators and entrepreneurs to succeed, rather than our current system which favors big corporations and binds workers to their jobs: As a general rule, entrepreneurs don’t win. They mostly fail. Trying to start a company is like playing a high-risk casino game with your career. It
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    1. The self-employed are much less likely to have health insurance than are wage/salary workers and even our sample of unemployed and part-time workers.
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