There may not be any such thing as a ‘typical’ encore entrepreneur, but there are some characteristics they share. Read more
Here, the author will share how to not give up when it seems next to impossible to continue.
Here, the author shares how to exit your business when your vision and/or life situation change.
If you have a family-owned-and-operated, andyou’re a baby boomer, you need to start thinking about who’s going to run the business when you retire. Something to remember: your style of doing business may be different than those of a Gen-Xer or a Millennial.
Business owners spend their life growing the family business, but their wealth is locked up in their business and the owner isn’t able to enjoy the fruits of his labor. An ESOP will allow him to sell part or all of the company, providing liquidity and diversification of his wealth while still remaining in control of the company.
This infographic highlights the findings of part three of “The Megaphone Of Main Street: Unsung Entrepreneurs” data report. For this report, SCORE surveyed more than 3,000... Read more
There may not be any such thing as a ‘typical’ encore entrepreneur, but there are some characteristics they share.