Baby Boomers: Retire a Business Owner


It can be extremely intimidating as you near retirement age to consider going on your own and owning your own business, but with a well-managed franchise system a break off could be the best decision you’ve ever made. Not only will it make you feel successful and accomplished, but a franchise can provide either a passive income or a way to occupy your time productively in your retirement. Careyann Golliver, an independent FranChoice consultant with more than two decades of experience, can help you set your business up to achieve you goals and aspirations in your golden years. Visit  or call 303.359.4021.

Give Your Nest Egg a Boost
If your nest egg isn’t quite where you’d like it to be for retirement, business ownership could be the perfect way to boost your retirement savings. Whether you’re wanting to be actively working in your business, or you’d like to set your business up to run on autopilot while you enjoy retirement, there are options and arrangements available that will suit your goals.

Recover from Downsizing
Sometimes rather than choosing to quit your job and embark on an exciting journey, your company makes the decision for you. Never fear! Being downsized may be the best thing that’s ever happened to you! With more than half your career behind you, you’ll have unique insights that will make you an invaluable business owner.

Many famous entrepreneurs with immensely successful companies kicked off those ventures later in their lives. For example, Stephanie King founded Fair Trade Designs at age 63, John Pemberton began Coca-Cola at age 55, Charles Flit created IBM at age 61, and Harland David Sanders launched KFC at age 65! All of these businessmen founded highly successful companies that have stood the test of time because of their business savvy and entrepreneurial spirit, gained through years of career experience.

Contact Careyann Golliver today for more information on building a business that will last you a lifetime. Visit or call 303.359.4021 today.