Like things neat and clean? Starting a coin-operated laundry might be your ticket to entrepreneurial success. Entrepreneur Published 11:24 am CST, Friday, February 15, 2019 Photo: Shutterstock Photo: Shutterstock Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Shutterstock How to Start a Coin-Operated Laundry 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Editor's note: This article was originally published on February 1, 2008, and has been updated. It was excerpted from our Coin-Operated Laundry start-up guide, available from Entrepreneur Bookstore. The coin-operated laundry industry has undergone a revolution. No longer dingy, unsafe, boring places that customers must endure on a weekly basis, … [Read more...] about How to Start a Coin-Operated Laundry
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Steven John, provided by Published 2:00 pm CST, Monday, February 4, 2019 TheInsider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Coconut flesh is rich in nutrients, including healthy saturated fats that may boost your body's fat burning capabilities and increase the healthy HDL cholesterol in your bloodstream. While coconuts are a staple dietary item for residents of many tropical regions, people in other areas shy away from this palm seed due to the misconception that they are hard to open. With our foolproof technique and a few tools, you can open a coconut quickly and safely. Coconuts are delicious, nutritious, and always a welcome treat — that is, if you can crack one open to get at the edible stuff inside. And guess what? You can. Although many people think coconuts are hard to open, they're actually not too tough to crack if you use the right … [Read more...] about How to open a coconut three different ways — and the tools you need to do it
Jan 27, 7:49 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Opinion By Rita Williams 12/10/18 AT 3:28 AM Whether you're maxing out your 401(k) plan contributions or have hardly begun to think about retirement savings, it's a good idea to have a sense of how much you'll actually need once you hit your golden years. Since the average retiree will draw just $17,532 next year in Social Security benefits, most people retiring today will likely need to tap their savings or keep working to make ends meet. This article originally appeared in the Motley FoolA time-tested method of calculating whether your retirement savings are sufficient is known as the 4% rule. Back in the '90s, a financial advisor found that if you withdraw 4% of your savings during each year of retirement, adjusting for inflation each year, then there's almost no chance you'll exhaust your savings.A benchmark for retirement savingsOn the … [Read more...] about How Much Do You Need to Save For Retirement?
Troy Wolverton, provided by Published 7:46 pm CST, Friday, January 18, 2019 MoviePass/Reuters MoviePass parent Helios and Matheson on Friday said it would seek — again — to get shareholder authorization to reverse split its stock. The company is in imminent danger of having its stock delisted from the Nasdaq; the market is hearing the company's appeal of its delisting decision later this month. The proposal is basically the same one that the company withdrew in November in the face of widespread investor opposition. Just as with that plan, the new proposal would give the company room to issue billions of new shares. Even after massively diluting shareholders, the company is alerting investors that it likely would issue new shares after a split to raise funds to continue its operations. You've got to give the folks who run MoviePass credit for at least two things: They're persistent. And they've got a lot of chutzpah. Two months ago, Helios and Matheson … [Read more...] about MoviePass executives are making one more last-ditch effort to save the stock from getting delisted (HMNY)
Del Quentin Wilber Updated 2:28 pm PST, Friday, December 14, 2018 Samuel Little photographed after his arrest in May 1972 in Washington. Since Sept. 2018, Samuel Little has been giving Texas authorities details of at least 90 slayings he claimed he committed across the country from 1970 to 2005, a bloody ledger that would make him one of the deadliest serial killers in U.S. history, authorities said. In almost every case, investigators say he targeted prostitutes and drug addicts, “women that wouldn’t be missed,” as one detective put it. (Los Angeles Times/TNS) less Samuel Little photographed after his arrest in May 1972 in Washington. Since Sept. 2018, Samuel Little has been giving Texas authorities details of at least 90 slayings he claimed he committed across the ... more Photo: TNS … [Read more...] about The inside story: How police and the FBI found one of the country’s worst serial killers