Monday, January 1, 0001 12:00 AM
Recently, financial advisor Sheldon Weiner and his wife Sharon had to consider a problem that many retirees have had to face. When Sharon retired a few years ago at age 65 from her corporate job, she was not interested in staying home and becoming a full-time babysitter for her grandchildren. She wanted to continue to work, be of value, and bringing in some extra money.
And she wanted to start her own business. But what would the consequences be? Where would she start? And how could Sheldon be supportive and helpful?