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Tax complications: More Americans living overseas consider cutting ties with US

When Greg Swanson decided to move to Europe to get some real experience to go with his education in international business, he told himself he would stay for just two years.<p>But Swanson, who worked for Kodak at the time, found he was travelling frequently, learning a lot and enjoying it, so he …

Finance

CITI: A 'full-on global bear market' is coming — here's where to put your money until it arrives

Markets may be only a few months from entering a "full-on bear market" if historical precedents are recreated, a note released by analysts at Citi this week suggests. That doesn't mean there's no money left to be made, however.<p>Writing in the bank's quarterly Global Equity update, a team led by the …

Stock Markets

How to Transition From Working Practitioner to Industry Expert

David Bach left Morgan Stanley to pursue being a personal finance expert -- but it didn't happen overnight.<p>9 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>David Bach has a lot to teach entrepreneurs about transitioning from practicing industry leader to teaching industry …

Entrepreneurship

Want to Find the Best Remote Talent This Year? Here Are the 5 Best Job Sites to Try.

The best sites screen not only applicants but employers as well to ensure a good match.<p>6 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Remote work is booming, with no end in sight. And this is happening not only among those just entering the workforce, or people looking for a …

Employment

6 Things You Should Never Say in a Meeting Even If You're In a Salty Mood

You can ruin the mood.<p>Meetings are making a comeback, at least if my visits to several companies lately are any indication. They have now become brainstorming sessions, working meetings (laptops open and at the ready), and a time to build relationships. They are way more interactive than I recall …

Commuting

Amazon Is Recruiting People to Start Delivery Businesses. Here's Why I Think Some People Could Get Rich

There's risk in any business. But if you asked me to invest in a business with these built-in advantages, I'd certainly listen.<p>I know a lot of people who have made a ton of money on Amazon.<p>Now, Amazon says it wants to recruit entrepreneurs to build a national network of small, independent delivery …

Cloud Computing

Use This Simple Strategy to Get a Meeting With Anyone, Even a Billionaire

Can't get a warm introduction? No problem--use this intuitive approach to get a meeting with anyone.<p>In business, you're trained to seek warm introductions to people you don't know. But as life would have it, the people you most desperately want to meet are almost always the ones who are out of your …

Sheryl Sandberg

Teaching Your Kids This Skill Will Set Them Up for Success. Most Parents Do the Opposite

It goes against all of our instincts.<p>We've all heard a lot in the past few years about the importance of failure. Take risks, fail fast, learn from the experience, and bring the knowledge you've gained to the next thing you try. We all know this is good advice--except when it comes to our children. …

Parenting

Danica Patrick Spent Years Preparing to Retire -- by Laying the Groundwork for a New Career

How do you trade the comforts of a job you know well for the unknown of entrepreneurship? Just-retired race car driver Danica Patrick is finding out.<p>16 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>This story appears in the July 2018 issue of <i>Entrepreneur</i>. Subscribe »<p><b>In the</b> …

Motorsport

Want Some New Books for Your Summer Vacation? Bill Gates Recommends You Pack Any of These 5

This summer's recommendations by the billionaire founder and philanthropist tackle some big questions.<p>Bill Gates is a voracious reader of massive proportions. According to an interview he had with the <i>New York Times</i>, he devours about 50 books per year.<p>Unlike the one or two books I pack when …

Books

You Don't Just Get Fired at Amazon. What Happens Instead Is Brilliant. (Or Maybe Insane. Your Choice)

It's like "a video-conference version of the Thunderdome," as one report described it.<p>Few people would want to admit they nearly got fired from a job--especially from a big company like Amazon.<p>But a woman named Jane, who works at Amazon's headquarters in Seattle, came clean recently about her …

Employment

If you have a sprinkler system, you’d have to be crazy not to get a Rachio 3

The Rachio 3 Smart Sprinkler Controller is one of those devices that you’d have to be crazy not to buy. Why? Because it pays for itself. It’s just …

Smart Homes

The Best Mentors Ask These 8 Questions

An essential part of being a good mentor is asking the right questions. Here’s a cheat sheet to get you started.<p>It’s hard to deny that good mentors are important. The best workplaces have formal programs to develop mentoring relationships. LinkedIn has even launched a feature to help you find one. …

Leadership

We tried the new dining experience that just launched at Disney — and it's guaranteed to be the best meal you eat on vacation

Sunday Supper is the brand new dining event at Enzo's Hideaway. Families are invited to enjoy a meal, relax, and take in some well-deserved time to reconnect with each other.<p>When you walk into Enzo's Hideaway, you're greeted and taken to your table. There are a few table setups in the restaurant, …

Ice Cream

How To: Bypass Locked Windows Computers to Run Kali Linux from a Live USB

It's easy to run Kali Linux from a live USB on nearly any available computer, but many publicly accessible laptops and desktops will be locked down …

Linux

Report finds industrial chemicals more toxic than thought

WASHINGTON (AP) — A family of industrial chemicals turning up in public water supplies around the country is even more toxic than previously thought, threatening human health at concentrations seven to 10 times lower than once realized, according to a government report released Wednesday.<p>The …

Pollution

The 20% Pass-Through Deduction: Where Do We Stand Now?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — signed into law on December 22, 2017 — gave birth to a brand new provision: Section 199A, which permits owners of sole proprietorships, S corporations, or partnerships to deduct up to 20% of the income earned by the business. The motivation for the new deduction is …

Retirement

Want to Deliver Unforgettable Presentations? Use the 30-Second Rule

The secret to making a great presentation is winning over your audience in the first 30 seconds (and keeping their interest through the last 30 seconds).<p>No matter who's in your audience, or where and when you deliver it, the secret to making a great presentation is capturing your audience's …

Infographics

6 Easy Exercises to Strengthen Your Core

The Routine<p>Okay, perhaps you’re enough of a realist to know that you’ll never have a six-pack. But exercising your core is still important: Strong …

Workouts

When It Comes to Achievement, There's Good News and Bad News

It really doesn't matter if you have natural ability or not.<p>You want to dominate in your profession, perfect your skill as a performer, or impress the world with your writing, artwork, or athletic achievements. There's just one problem: You're not very good at whatever it is you seek to do.<p>Should …

Self-improvement

I attended an exclusive dinner and discussion for Amex Platinum cardholders with one of the best chefs in the world — here’s what the once-in-a-lifetime experience was like

<i>The</i> <i>Insider Picks</i> <i>team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network.</i><p>Although various banks and credit card issuers offer things like early access to concert tickets or exclusive seating at events, no brand owns the …

Italy

These 5 Habits Literally Add Years to Your Life, According to a New Harvard Study

Harvard researchers studied the lives of 123,219 men and women over 3 decades, to learn exactly how much extra time good habits can add to your life.<p>They say there's no fountain of youth. But a comprehensive new Harvard University study is the latest report to break down exactly how much extra time …

Holistic Medicine

Go West, Rental Property Investors

HouseCanary, a national data analytics real estate company, recently checked out several Mountain states in the west for single-family rental investors. “We can see when we dive into the Mountain West region of the country, returns tend to be higher where prices are relatively low. There are also …

5 Ways To Grow Your Side Podcast Into A Six-Figure Business

At first glance, podcasting may not seem like the most enticing (or lucrative) side hustle idea.<p>After all, it clearly requires a fair amount of work and the right recording equipment just to get your podcast up and running. That combination of time and financial investment can be a lot to handle …

Entrepreneurship

Millennials are moving to the exurbs in droves

For years, an unwavering certitude of industry, think tanks, demographers, policy-makers and city planners everywhere has been that humanity is …

The Exact Script This 20-Something Founder Used to Successfully Cold Email the Biggest Names in Business

WayUp's Liz Wessel connected with business legends when she was still only a college student.<p>Liz Wessel, the 28-year-old CEO of Millennial job-hunting startup WayUp, clearly knows a few shortcuts to success. Before she's even passed her 30th birthday, Wessel has started a successful college …

Employment

What a recruiter actually cares about seeing on you resume

In my eight years as a recruiter at an investment bank, I reviewed thousands of resumes. I’ve seen and learned a lot, from the importance of …

Employment

How This Vegetable-Growing Startup Became 400 Times More Productive Than Traditional Farms

AeroFarms' 120 employees are reinventing how your kale and arugula are grown--in cities, and indoors.<p>Vertical farming startup AeroFarms grows crops indoors, where it can control light, temperature, and humidity. It doesn't use soil or 95 percent of the water usually required to produce greens; …

Aquaponics

Tushy Founder Wants Americans to Give Up Toilet Paper

<i>By Christian Smith</i><p>Serial entrepreneur Miki Agrawal wants America to give up toilet paper in favor of a bracing splash of water. Her latest venture, …