17th April 2014
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.
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