7/24/2013 – Sell a Business to Cover Retirement? Don’t Count on It (New York Times)

When R. J. Lewis left a corporate job to start his own business in 1999, he knew his bank account would suffer. He gave up a six-figure income and assumed that the first few years of entrepreneurship would be lean.

Still, he did not realize just how much of a toll running a business would take on his personal finances.

Read the full article at The New York Times.

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