If you are thinking about starting a business after retirement, you aren’t alone, in fact, it’s a growing trend. The National Bureau of Economic Research estimates that about 25% of workers between 50-59, 46% of workers between 65-69, and 68% of workers between 75-79 are all self-employed. In fact, workers that fall into these age groups have higher self-employment rates than all workers under the age of 50 – only 20% are self-employed.Continue reading “Starting a Business After Retirement – Why Not?!”
It’s a pivotal moment in an entrepreneur’s journey when they get the itch to expand their empire. Your business is fully off the ground! Pat yourself on the back for a job well done, then pump your breaks! Ask yourself a few questions before taking the plunge toward expansion. There are quite a few things that need to be carefully and objectively examined to make expansion successful.
Are you clear about why you’re expanding? Continue reading “5 Things to Ask Yourself Before Expanding Your Business”
We applaud the entrepreneurial spirit of those who take the plunge to start their own business. Whether you will be cleverly filling a retail niche or hanging a professional shingle, there are “must do’s” that apply to virtually all start-ups.
A key takeaway is that even if you are striking out on your own as a solo practitioner, you really do have to build a team to be effective and successful. Most of our tips involve making sure you have the right folks in place to support your nascent enterprise.