Retirement Business Ideas

Do You Dream of Starting a Retirement Business?
When people who are close to the traditional retirement age are polled, the majority of them say that they do plan to keep on working. Many do plan to retire from their current jobs, but want to take this opportunity to start their own business. After building up a lifetime of experience and skills, they feel as this would be a productive and rewarding experience.
Others say they would like to start a business and experience being their own boss. They just have no idea what sort of business they could start. Of course, the type of business that would be good for different individuals will differ with their general health, mobility, skills, and experience. But there are actually a lot of simple businesses that would be good opportunities for many retired people.
Consultants
Many retired people have developed a lifetime of skills and experience that younger and less experienced business people could really use. Consultants are hired by a variety of businesses for special projects. Some teach accounting software, while some teach leadership training.
A consulting business can allow you to earn a good income, but control your time and schedule. You can look for jobs in the winter, for example, and still spend your summer in your lake cabin. Some consultants can even work from home and transmit information over the internet by web based seminars or online documents.
Handy Man
Are you good with a hammer and level? No matter what you did in former job many people are very willing to pay somebody to help them put up a ceiling fan or hand a door. If you are not mobile enough to do this type of work an longer, you may be able to hire a team of younger people who need work. Your job would be to advertise and supervise them.
Tutors
Many busy families would love to hire a tutor to help their son with their homework or keep up in Algebra. If you can still remember what you learned in 9th grade, you can probably get plenty of after school work this way..
Cooking
People who are skilled and efficient cooks can find many ways to work part time. Many more affluent and busy couples are wiling to pay somebody else to stop by their home, even when they are at work, cook up a few meals, and leave them in the fridge or freezer.
To deliver meals you prepare elsewhere, you would probably need an approved, commercial kitchen.. However, you may be able to work out a deal with a church to use theirs a few hours a week. Sometimes, these days, business is all about coming up with creative solutions!

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