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40% of Russians want to open their own business in retirement

40% of Russians want to open their own business in retirement
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A study of the plans of Russians to retire was carried out by specialists from the SberNPF and the Rambler portal. According to the survey, almost half of Russian pensioners would like to start a business in order to provide themselves with a decent income.

According to TASS, 41% of respondents would like to open their own business in retirement. Half of them need their business to ensure a decent income, another quarter (23%) plan to occupy themselves in this way, and 14% would like to leave the business to their children. At the same time, only 12% of respondents are entrepreneurs right now.

The most popular business among pensioners is opening a mini-hotel. About a quarter of the respondents stated this possibility. Another 18% are going to start an online store, 15% - to open a cafe, restaurant or bar. Also, repair shops are popular - 11% of respondents would like to start such an enterprise. A car service could be opened by 9% of survey participants, a delivery service - 6%, and another 4% - a fitness club and a beauty salon.

At the same time, 40% of respondents do not have start-up capital, but every fifth already forms it. Another 16% are confident that they will manage to collect the required amount before retirement. And 12% would like to open a business without investment.

With the help of their own business, pensioners expect to receive an income of about 100-200 thousand rubles a month (more than 30% of respondents). The same amount would like to have 50-100 thousand rubles. Another 17% are planning to receive an additional 50 thousand rubles. 15% estimates future income at the level of 200-500 thousand rubles. Only 500% of respondents plan to receive more than 10 thousand rubles a month.

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