Hear from MGI area Chairman on why baby boomers aren’t retiring

17th April 2014

MGI World Baby Boomers

A significant proportion of business owners are over the age of 60 already. However, as retirement age nears, small business owners aren’t planning on receiving a government handout, says Grant Field, MGI area chairman for Australasia.

Policymakers have long argued that retirement age is looming large for two million small business owners – Baby Boomers – in Australia.

But the MGI Australian Family and Private Business Survey series, conducted in conjunction with RMIT University, shows that for a business owner, turning 65 doesn’t mark the end of their working life.

Article first published in INTHEBLACK magazine.

To read the full article, click here to visit INTHEBLACK 

For more information about this article contact Grant Field, Managing Director of MGI South Queensland and area Chairman for Australasia

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