I want to own my own business
Median income fell 5.7 percent from 2007 to 2010 for families headed by a person who was working for someone else, but it fell much more (18.7 percent) for those who were self-employed*
The American dream has always been to work for yourself and not have a boss telling you what to do. With the promise of good pay for all the added stress of self-employment, and the freedom to set your own hours, many flocked to open their own business. Soon however they find out that it is hard to juggle so many different tasks and get burned out. Well over 90% of new businesses will close within the first 2 years. If you are fortune enough to get over the startup troubles and have a thriving business, saving for retirement is not a priority, growing your business is. We can help you set goals and save for your future. Self-employed or not, saving is hard to do and a little help can go a long way. Call our office and schedule a free appointment where we can help you establish a retirement outline.
*Federal Reserve Board’s Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) for 2010