The keys to starting a business in retirement
from USA Today
More people are starting businesses later in life, says Deborah Banda, AARP's interim vice president of the financial security team. "It can be a way to strengthen their financial security, and it can give people great personal satisfaction." Almost a quarter of new businesses were started by entrepreneurs ages 55 to 64 in 2013, an increase from 14 percent in 1996, according to the latest data from the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity.
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