Is Your Business Financially Sound Now and Down the Road?

Retirement may be the last thing on your mind if you're deep in the weeds of your home internet business. For many online business owners, there is no line between your work-life and home-life so it's understandable that retirement planning isn't on your radar. But when you hear statistics about the cost of assisted living, it can be a wakeup call to anyone. According to AARP, the cost of living for a private 1-bedroom in an assisted living facility in the Boston, Massachusetts area ...
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Don’t Avoid Making a Sound Retirement Your Business

Have you started planning your retirement? Retirement planning is especially important for home internet business owners. You don't work for anyone else, which means it's up to you to make sure your retirement will be a secure one. With research by TD Ameritrade showing that a shocking 28% of self-employed people aren't saving for retirement at all, the time to start is now. Here are five tips to get you started with retirement planning…. Be Honest About Your Retirement Needs ...
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Will You Come Home to a Better Retirement One Day?

Most everyone looks forward to retirement, despite the industry they work within. Whether it be 20 years, 30 years, or more, the time put into a career often ends in relief when a worker is finally able to put aside work related issues, especially after decades. For many professionals, however, the issue of retirement can be a bit sticky. When you work for a company, you typically receive benefits like a pension or a 401(k), but when you work for yourself running a home Internet ...
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Will You Ultimately Come Home to a Better Retirement?

Virtually everyone in America considers retirement at some point, and in the past, planning for retirement was much easier. Today, as people live longer, companies are offering fewer and lesser benefits, and the government wants a larger share of the pie, it can become very confusing to make a retirement plan. Working for Yourself? This problem can become further complicated if you work for yourself. In a traditional employee/employer situation, the employer generally takes on ...
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How Long Should I Run My Home Business?

Have you started planning your retirement? When you're busy with the day-to-day tasks of running your home Internet business, retirement is likely to be the last thing on your mind. However, the day will come when you want to hang up your Internet business hat and retire. So just how do you know when it's time to retire and what do you need to factor in when planning for retirement? Think about the Kind of Retirement You Want In order to plan for your retirement, you'll need to...
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The Business of Delaying Your Retirement

If you run your own home Internet business and you're not quite ready to call it quits, then you may want to delay your retirement. Besides, there's nothing wrong with working a few extra years before beginning the rest and relaxation stage of life. Here are a few reasons why you might want to delay your retirement: Later Retirements are on the Rise Many Americans, especially those who run their own business, are putting off retirement longer. Whether your home Internet busines...
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Is Your Retirement Plan Truly Golden?

One of the tradeoffs of having a home Internet business is giving up any hope of a so-called Golden Parachute. Of course, the Golden Parachute was the moniker given to a cash benefits package given to employees who were forced out of a job due to circumstances they weren't considered liable for. It's the ultimate way to retire early with the security of money in the bank. As a home Internet business owner, you can guarantee your own golden retirement, however, if you play it smart...
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Are You Planning for After Your Business Closes?

When you own your own home business, you get to set the rules - when you work, when you vacation, who you hire, who you fire ... the list goes on. But what about retirement? What happens when you do retire? You've got to think about your retirement options, your health insurance options and what if you want to retire sooner than later... Retiring early? Here's what to know about your retirement options... The thing about owing your own small business is that usually you are d...
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Investing in Your Home Business and Future

Working from home can seem like a dream career. Work whenever you want even in your pajamas. But then reality sets in and you realize that you no longer have a steady paycheck coming in. Learning how to invest becomes even more important to help increase your income potential. When running a home Internet business, don’t ever take your eye off the long-term goal, being able to stay financially ahead of the game. Invest Wisely In the ideal situation, you would begin investing lo...
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Running a Home Business with Retirement on the Mind

If you are nearing retirement age, then you're probably already thinking about ways you can financially support yourself during your later years. More and more seniors are starting up Internet-based home businesses in order to solve the lack in finances that many retirees experience after that steady paycheck stops coming. Here are just a few reasons why so many older Americans are starting home businesses leading up to and during retirement…. Convenience One of the biggest adv...
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