The face of the typical startup entrepreneur these days is a bit
wrinkly, sporting some gray hair, and having the wisdom that comes with
age. But is it a good financial move to start a business
late in life?
According to recent research, these days those 55 and over are more likely than young people to be starting businesses, says Professor Scott Shane, writing in BusinessWeek.
He cites research by Dane Stangler of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation that showed in every year from 1996 to 2007, Americans aged 55 to 64 had a higher rate of entrepreneurial activity than those aged 20 to 34.
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Author: Anita Campbell