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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - designed for or restricted to a single person; "a one-man show"; "a one-person tent"; "Sarah Silverman's hilarious one-woman show"
single - existing alone or consisting of one entity or part or aspect or individual; "upon the hill stood a single tower"; "had but a single thought which was to escape"; "a single survivor"; "a single serving"; "a single lens"; "a single thickness"
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One-person 401(k) plans are becoming increasingly popular for businesses that employ only their owner.
Are one-person bands the way of the future, the more the merrier, or are they over-saturating?
With worked examples showing how much an individual could save tax-deferred with SIMPLE-IRAs, SEP-IRAs, and the new one-person 401(k), it becomes clear the newer one-person 401(k) (also known as the self-employed 401(k) or the solo 401(k), among other names) is a particularly desirable option for those entrepreneurs who don't have employees but who wish to maximize their tax-deferred savings.
SPRINGFIELD - Sally Petersen, author of "The Real American Dream: Creating Independence and Running a One-Person Business," will conduct a workshop in Eugene on Wednesday on how to launch a one-person business.
If you're siding, does the type of siding require two workers to adjust on each end or does it lock in place for a one-person installation?
A hard tonneau cover seemed the only way to ensure protection for items in the bed, but the length and weight of the cover would violate the one-person convertibility theme.
The vehicle is a one-person device but not a wearable exoskeleton.
THIS STUDY FOCUSES on defining the role of the one-person library director in public, academic, and special libraries.
This female "awareness" was mainly to attract women voters under the new one-person, one-vote formula which made competition tighter and not really to endorse the participation of women in the political process on an equal footing.