Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Is Now Really a Good Time for Those Over the Age of 50 to Start a Business?

July 19th, 2010

Today you hear more and more about people starting their own businesses. According to a study reported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, adults ages 55 to 64 are the group most likely to do so. The volatile economy and depreciated retirement accounts are just a few of the reasons some people who may have never before considered starting their own business are now doing so. They want to shore up their nest eggs, supplement retirement income or avoid returning to the corporate world for a job. But is now the right time to get started? Well, it depends . . . on what type of business you... Read More

Boomerpreneurs: Three Mistakes Boomers Must Avoid When Starting a Business

January 1st, 1970

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