Small Talk: Small business owners neglect retirement savings
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Maher expects to own more companies in the future, including clothing businesses. He expects to sell the businesses and get his retirement savings from the proceeds. And he believes that a company he runs is a better investment than the stock market.
"I am investing money in a business that I think are viable and that I control instead of investing in something that I don’t control," he says. "I’m controlling my own destiny."
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