Expert Tips for Boomers Who Want to Start a Business

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You might assume that those in their 50s are pining for retirement, but in a surprising twist, a new survey from TD Canada Trust shows that what boomers really want to do is start a business of their own. According to the survey, 39 percent of boomers were considering making one last career move, while 15 percent had already taken the plunge. But while boomers certainly have the knowledge, experience and energy to make waves in yet another arena, new business owners face some serious risks, especially as they approach retirement. We talked to Dan Demers, Vice President at TD Canada Trust, about what late-in-life entrepreneurs need to think about. Check it out in my new post on GoldenGirlFinance.ca: http://bit.ly/QSCoGv

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