Tired of reading about get-rich-quick business schemes? They all promised to be a sure winner. This book will tell you the truth about starting a mini-business in your retirement years; the ups and the downs, the problems and the fun that you will encounter. It warns you about some of the novice mistakes people make. The ideas are presented with a twist on the normal business model that will allow you to start the business: .on a shoe string, .as a part-time or seasonal business, .in your home or property or with a lot less equipment than the competition, and .focused to maximize your success. While this book offers hundreds of business ideas, you may find that only 2 or 3 really fit your business skills and personal interests. Great. See if you are really ready to take that leap and start your own retirement business. Now get going! Please visit www.StanSpector.com Stan Spector is a merger a acquisition specialists.qYou can do the lighting for existing gardens and use this as the highlight of your gardens. ... food cart, small vehicle, RV or a trailer set up to sell cooked food, ice cream or snack items at locations that attract the summer crowd such as busy ... You might want to rent out fishing boats, jet skis Baby Boomersa#39; Official Guide to Retirement Income 107 Summer food sales Summer recreational equipment rentals.
|Title||:||Baby Boomers' Official Guide to Retirement Income|
|Publisher||:||Dog Ear Publishing - 2007-06|