As you approach your late 50s and early 60s, the reality sets in that in the next 10 years you will be retiring. You’re scared and nervous. But you know the clock is ticking, and it’s time to leap into retirement.
As a parent, it’s a proud moment when your child gets accepted into college. You’ve watched your child work hard throughout high school, and now they’ve been rewarded with admission to an expensive private university!
Most entrepreneurs start a business to get away from the 9-to-5 grind of a corporation. Your early focus is on survival as you try to generate as much revenue as possible. Hopefully, at the end of the year, your business is profitable enough that you can take home an income similar to or more significant than what you were making at your corporate job.
So you’re a new parent, and in between naptimes and playtimes, you’re feeling the responsibility that comes with parenthood. You want to make sure your child’s future is taken care of, but just how do you do it?