Is entrepreneurship a smart retirement strategy?

05/17/2010 | Small Business Trends

Older people become entrepreneurs at a much higher rate than their younger counterparts -- but is that a good thing? Older Americans aren't starting companies simply to keep food on the table in the recession, Scott Shane writes, and the data suggest that more years of work experience means a higher chance of success when founding a business. On the downside, financial risks are magnified as retirement draws nearer.

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