Daily Money Managers were mentioned as an example of a promising career in the Sunday business section of the New York Times.
After working for others, some Americans find opportunities in working for themselves — while catering to people growing older.
For older would-be entrepreneurs who want to capture a piece of the aging-related market, “you have to think of how you take your skills and passions and shift them to a new area,” said Mary Furlong, a consultant on longevity marketing. A writer, for example, could work with clients to create memoirs and legacy letters. A person with financial expertise could become a daily money manager, helping an older person pay bills and handle other paperwork.