- Massage therapists have the highest percentage of workers who are self-employed, but the best recession-proof job overall for the self-employed is network-systems and data .
- The majority are employed adults (children already have access to subsidized care); others are unemployed, self-employed, homeless, or have pre-existing conditions like .
- Even being self-employed can qualify, since it requires considerable managerial and organizational skills.
News & Articles
- Elmer H. Botz
Elmer H. Botz, 93, of Lorain, passed away peacefully at home Tuesday, June 11, 2013. He was born June 10, 1920 in Cleveland, to Adolph and Anna Botz. Elmer graduated from Hinckley High School and lived most of his adult life in Medina County. Elmer was self-employed for a time and retired from the trucking industry ... Read More
June 13, 2013 - The Medina County Gazette
- Tax Tip: Monday, June 17, 2013, Is the Deadline for Self-Employed Individuals to File Their 2012 Income Tax and ...
The Canada Revenue Agency reminds self-employed individuals and their spouses or common-law partners that this year, the June 15 filing deadline has been extended to midnight on Monday, June 17, 2013, ...
June 10, 2013 - Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance
- Cigna Survey: One In Four Self Employed Proprietors Is Uninsured
Get Business Mobile Text Alerts One in four self-employed small business owners surveyed by Cigna Corp. do not have health insurance, and most said it's because health insurance is too expensive.
June 10, 2013 - Hartford Courant
- Diane Finley in CBC.ca
Self-employed Canadians should not have to choose between their family and business responsibilities,Minister of Human Resources Diane Finley told reporters in Toronto on Tuesday. "Extending access to these benefits is the fair and right...
- President Bush in Washington Post
Americans deserve a level playing field,Bush said. "If you're self-employed, a farmer, a rancher or an employee at a small business who buys health insurance on your own, you should get the same tax advantage as those who get their health...
- Stephen Harper in Globe and Mail
Ironically, self-employed Canadians who are successful and who create jobs must pay into the EI system on behalf on their employees, but cannot access those benefits themselves,Mr. Harper said. "This is not right."