As the role of downsizing housing and living spaces accelerates for the aging population, many small businesses are popping up to serve the needs of seniors and baby boomers. These business are sprouting up across the United States either as new stand-alone businesses or in conjunction with a senior living community or real estate company. The profile of Transitional Assistance and Design, a Gaithersburg firm that was profiled in the Washington Post, gives an objective review of the mechanics of this small business idea for aspiring entrepreneurs or those looking for part-time work. The business plan outlined in the article is straight-forward and addresses revenue and expense projections for downsizing businesses. For those looking for small business ideas in this struggling economy, the needs of seniors make this business a viable opportunity.
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