Given that their chances for a normal, fully funded and relaxing retirement at age 65 are getting slimmer and slimmer, more boomer pre-retirees are taking matters into their own hands.

The charmingly named Center for Productive Longevity, a Colorado-based organization seeking to encourage those 55 and older to engage in productive activities, both paid and volunteer, recently held a series of national meetings encouraging those boomers to think about starting their own businesses as a way to promote their own retirement security – as well as keeping them active in their older years.

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