Small Business Administration

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Ever dream of turning your hobby into a profitable business? You’re not alone.
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Exploring the possibility of turning your hobby into a business?
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Exploring the possibility of turning your hobby into a business?
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AARP Massachusetts is working with the Small Business Administration to help adults 50-plus start or expand a small business. Advice and resources for “encore entrepreneurs” will be available next month in Roxbury and the Merrimack Valley.
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Only 1 in 10 Granite Staters age 50-plus plan to retire and never work again. Many will keep working or seek a new job, but others may want to turn their hobby into a business.
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AARP has teamed up with the Small Business Administration (SBA) for a workshop to help you put your plans into action. The workshop will take place from 10:30 a.m. – noon on November 4 at the Meadowdale Public Library, located on 4301 Meadowdale Boulevard, Richmond, VA 23234.
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AARP North Carolina and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) are hosting Encore Entrepreneur events to help North Carolinians age 50-plus start or grow a small business.
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With one in four Americans between the ages 44 and 70 interested in starting their own business or nonprofit venture in the next five to ten years, the U.S. Small Business Administration and AARP are renewing their “Summer of Encore Mentoring” educational events targeting entrepreneurs over the age of 50 who want to start or grow their small business.
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