official statistics, 54% of America’s small business owners are over 50 years of age. Out of those, 33% are 50–59, and 17% are 60–69 years of age.Moreover, business owners over 50 are also considered twice as likely to succeed in starting a business compared to 30-somethings. (All that life experience doesn’t go poof on you, right?)If you’ve been working someone else’s American Dream for most of your life and think you’re too old to start your own business, think again.Starting a business is always about mapping your budget and evaluating costs.
But when you start a business after fifty, your business startup costs will be irrevocably bound to your retirement savings.Kathy Kristof is an entrepreneur who started her online business at age.Read more on positivelypositive.com