What will you do for the next thirty or forty years after you retire?
Today’s economic woes are creating incredible opportunities, and opening many people’s eyes to the fact that changing your life, reclaiming your time and getting out of that old nine to five job might just be the way to go. And, starting a home-based, online business is a great way to do that.
More and more of us are building websites on the Internet with the hope that we can create a second income or maybe even become successful enough that we can quit our “day” jobs. How do you choose what your site will be about? This article is to help you in the process of how to find your niche.
Have you ever said, “I can do so many things well, I don’t know what service or product to offer?”
You fall into a large percentage of highly talented people who are extremely competent in areas that are not their strengths. As a gifted learner with a commitment to excellence and efficiency, you know how to do a lot, and perform it better than most. Your challenge when you want to start a business where the product is YOU, is
After working for 20 or 30 years in a particular industry, Baby Boomers are known as the most knowledgeable resource for companies around the globe. If that’s the case, why are they using that knowledge and expertise for someone else’s business instead of their own?
Here is a step-by-step guide to starting your new business.
1. Meet with an accountant experienced in business tax law to determine what type of business entity would best suit you and your business. (See the article entitled . . .
While many businesses are struggling worldwide, online businesses are making considerable headway. In this article, posted at Journalism.co.uk, we learn just how well online business are doing and more importantly . . .
For a retiring baby boomer, permanent retirement is not an option. This includes the ages of approximately 42 to 65. Those are retiring from their jobs are more often than not starting their own business. This age group makes up of about 54% of the workforce when it comes to self-employment. What does this tell you? This is a group of people who are using what they know to set up a profitable income using the Internet.
I grew up after computers became a way of life. My first experience with a computer of sorts is when the first handheld calculators came on the market, which was very expensive at the time. Now you can buy a calculator for a dollar and no one thinks a calculator is a computer.