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    10 Retirement Start-Up Business Ideas

    Many 55-plus persons are becoming entrepreneurs and are successfully starting their own businesses to support themselves or to supplement their current job earnings or retirement incomes. Here are 10 start-up business ideas:

    Thinking of Buying an Existing Home-Based Business?

    The obvious advantage to buying an existing business is that it has a proven track record of success. But that doesn't mean that there are no possible pitfalls that you should avoid.


    Home-Based Business: Something to Ponder

    Take the long View in Selecting a Business

    An industry might be thriving on average, but still not be right for you.

    Twenty-One Promising Home-Based Growth Industries

    Good News for Home-Based Entrepreneurs
    By Christopher J. Bachler

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects tremendous growth for many U.S. industries in its list of 50 fast-growing industries. Between the years 2008 and 2018, the Bureau projects growth rates ranging from 20 percent to 83 percent for these industries. The good news for home-based entrepreneurs is that many of these growth industries are businesses that can be operated from home.

    Video: How to Start a Home-Based Business - Questions to Ask.



    Green Home Business Profitable Start-Ups

    15 Easy-To-Start Green Businesses

    By Priscilla Y. Huff

    No matter what your current personal and/or business financial status, the fact is the United States’ and the world’s economy are in an ongoing upheaval with uncertain job markets and rises in fuel costs and living expenses.

    Hard-Time Home Business Start-Ups:

    Businesses That Thrive When the Economy Does Not
    By Priscilla Y. Huff

    Despite continued rises in unemployment in this slow economy, businesses, organizations, and individuals still need ongoing professional support and counseling services, health care, and maintenance and repair services, for example, as well as food and energy-saving products and more.

    Selecting the Right Business for Tough Economic Times

    Match Your Talents, Skills, and Interests With an Economic Downturnbiz startup

    With rising unemployment rates, energy, and food prices, and trouble in housing and credit markets, financial experts predict a slower economy and possibly a recession in 2009. Even if your present job is secure, past recessions have resulted in layoffs and cutbacks in wages for primary wage earners.


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