For Those Approaching Retirement Or In Retirement, Additional Income If Needed. Can No Longer Count On Social Security

As many workers approach retirement age they begin to look through their retirement account and are dismayed that what they have managed to save over the years will not come close to what they need to live on in their so-called golden years. The funds they established when they were in their 20’s or 30’s may not have considered the rising costs of housing, food and transportation and may not be sufficient to cover medical expenses, which have gone through the roof in the past few years.

As the initial anxiety subsides, they may realize there is a need for additional funding and with the dire condition of the Social Security fund, it probably cannot be counted on to make up the difference. Finding a higher paying job may be desirable, but probably unlikely, revealing the available option of finding additional sources of income. Many may believe they have worked too hard for too long to have to find a part-time job to help augment their retirement account, but many more are realizing there can be gold in the hills of home business opportunities.

While their retirement account may be lacking, the one thing they have built up over the years is experience, something many companies are eager to have, but lack the resources for full-time consultants. They are in the market for someone who can provide the expertise they may require and starting a part-time home based business offering the experience may help fund the pension plan as well as a new business train their new workers.

Lousy investments and falling real estate prices can strip value from a retirement fund but the experience is never lost. It may take some time to consider what a person is exceptional at doing and adjustments may be needed, depending on the industry seeking the advice, but management and executive experience can typically be translated into any industry with a little research and thought.

One area of concern in many businesses as well as among many young workers is personal development. Learning the proper techniques in areas such as decision making and project planning can be boon to their careers as well as to their business if they own it. Offering expertise in these areas can provide additional income that can be used to supplement the existing retirement account, bringing it closer to what will be needed if retirement becomes necessary.

Home based business experience is not necessary, but being able to work independently and being well organized is. Having the commitment and structure to be successful working a home business may take some personal development as having the commitment to succeed is different than having the needed dedication to meet any obligations made to others.

For those fortunate enough to find a position in which telecommuting is available on a part-time basis will allow additional funding for retirement without losing time away from home. While there will be time spent on your computer, you can still be at home, mostly establishing your own work schedule and hours, without the need to travel and be committed to someone else’s schedule.

Network marketing is a growing field of internet business as a web-based business that cannot be found on the internet is a failure waiting for its time to die. Many avenues of network marketing are just beginning to be realized and finding new ways of getting attention for a site will continue to grow as more sites are vying for the attention of the same potential customers.

High income careers can be built from a part time endeavor that was begun perhaps as a need to help fund a retirement account, but once it is found that high income opportunities do exist in a home based business, it may be possible to transfer the efforts to home.


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Madeleine Salariu