The Internet has opened the world to seniors who might be limited in their ability to move around and get things done. Being alone is the number one complaint among stay-at-home seniors and depression can set in unless some level of socialization is available.

Seniors who use the Internet to socialize and expand their horizons all agree that those who don’t use the ‘net are at a serious disadvantage. The Internet offers a world of information such as seminars, webinars, chat rooms, blogs to express your opinion and so much more.

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There are a few scammers on the Internet who prey on seniors attempting to learn how to build an online business. They may promise immediate success (know that there’s no such thing) and charge you an astronomical amount of money for their courses or sure-fired methods of making money online.

It’s like purchasing a frozen pizza in a box with a picture that looks like the most delectable pizza you’ve ever seen. Then, when you open the box to heat and eat it, it looks like someone played a joke on you. There may be a few sprinkles of cheese and a teaspoon of sauce – nothing like the picture on the box.

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Retired couples are finding that the Internet can provide ways to embark on a family business plan they can be proud of and that will leave a legacy for their kids and grandkids that they may not have been able to accomplish in previous years.

Rather than devote their time to playing golf or lying around all day, couples are opting to build online businesses that can help them supplement their retirement incomes. This may occur out of necessity (didn’t save enough for retirement) or to provide them with luxuries such as travel income.

Starting a new business can be daunting, but by building a business on the Internet, the startup costs are next to nothing and both can work at something that reflects their interests and time constraints.

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