Starting a Business Instead of Retiring

Entrepreneurship holds increasing appeal for retirees. But they need to address four unique challenges to improve their chances for success

Ric Cox retired at 55, but he didn't stop working. Instead, he launched ChicagoCondosOnline.com, a database that sells condo information to realtors and listings services. A first-time entrepreneur, he hoped to channel the same creative energy he brought to his 32-year publishing career into his new venture.

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