In this economy many boomers and older Americans are finding
it difficult to find employment or make ends meet during their retirement. At
the same time most do not have the capital or wish to risk their savings in starting
their own business. This section provides a great many resources to help you
start a business and even provides a list of business that were successfully
started by people just like you.
Data from the Kauffman Foundation shows the highest rate of entrepreneurship
in America has shifted to the 55–64 age group, with people over 55 almost twice
as likely to found successful companies as those between 20 and 34. The
business formation rate for people ages 45 to 54 is also higher than average.
We have complied information and links where more information can be found
to provide the maximum amount of content in one place to get you thinking about
possible business you might start as well as get you started should you decide
to go that direction.