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March 6, 2013

Think you're too old to start a new business? Think again.

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Stangler from Legal Zoom says his company’s research may not give a complete view of what the proper age is to begin a business, but after so many people were interviewed, he says it provides a clearer picture of what the average successful startup person looks like, in terms of age and experience.

“While the survey cannot be considered an entrepreneurship barometer, it does provide insights into the makeup and thought process of startup business owners,” he said.

So again, if you thought it might be too late to start that business and put your ideas to action, chances are, you’re dead wrong.

Story provided by ConsumerAffairs.

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