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Starting your own business may be less of a risk than you think

Starting your own business offers numerous benefits.

Starting your own business offers numerous benefits.

Before the recession hit, a stable career could be counted on as a reliable source of income. However, as job availability has become more uncertain over the years, some individuals have been turning to alternative means of making a living, like starting their own businesses.

A recent Inc. article questions whether starting a business can still be considered risky. According to the article, job security is a thing of the past, but small businesses are responsible for job growth. If these businesses were not experiencing growth, they would not be able to afford to hire more workers. It is noted that as larger companies are having to cut back on workers, smaller ones are growing and as a result, are able to hire. Starting your own business could turn out to be a safe move. 

The U.S. Small Business Administration recognizes the critical role that small businesses play in the health of the economy and in job creation. If you have a business idea, it is worth visiting the SBA website to explore the many resources available to aspiring entrepreneurs. 

Although it requires a great deal of planning and perseverance, running a business can be a rewarding experience that allows you to be independent and call the shots. As your business grows over time, you may have the opportunity to sell it for a profit. Small businesses create opportunity for the business owner as well as the community and running your own company allows you to take many different directions. 

While the question of whether starting your own business or working for someone else's is up to you to decide, it is certainly worth noting that it does carry benefits. If you're ready to start your own company, you'll want to think about incorporating your business