Baby Boomer Entrepreneurs- The oldest, new trend

Older Entrepreneur working The Kauffman Foundation published a study in 2009 that says that “in every single year from 1996 to 2007, Americans    between the ages of 55 and 64 had a higher rate of entrepreneurial activity than those aged 20-34, averaging a rate of    entrepreneurial activity roughly one-third larger than their youngest counterparts.”

The study also points out ...

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Fire Prevention Hooks Up a New Friend in Fire Avert – Stops #1 Cause of Home Fires – Before They Start

Fire Prevention hooks up with a new ally this week.

Some years ago, my elderly mom’s home burned to the ground. Fortunately, she was safe. My childhood treasures were not so lucky. Years later the property sold for a fraction of what it was once worth. What a waste! The fire department was unable to determine the cause. My mom couldn’t remember leaving the stove or electric blanket on. We’ll never know. One thing is for sure, if I could dial ...

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