7 Major Mistakes Made By Retirees Looking To Start A Side Hustle

You’ve got the time. You’ve got the desire. And you’ve got a few extra bucks to spend. Starting a business in retirement sounds like a piece of cake.

Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security. There are many ways to trip yourself up. And the downside isn’t just a failed business; it’s a failed retirement.

If you want to know these traps before you fall into them, take a look at what these entrepreneurs reveal about the mistakes retirees most often make when starting a new business.

Mistake #1: Taking too much risk

This is a big one. It’s the most misunderstood aspect

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