Free Report: Lead Confidently in Your Workplace of One
More than 70 million Americans have a side hustle—otherwise known as a supplementary income source. That's approximately 45% of the working population. And of that group, nearly 30% of Baby Boomers (ages 57 to 75) and 40% of Gen X (ages 41 to 56) have a side hustle, proving that it's never too late to jump into a new venture.
Starting a side hustle has many benefits, from earning extra income to developing new skills. It can lead to becoming a solopreneur and even quitting your day job. Regardless of your type of side hustle and stage of the business, there is a lot to know before taking the plunge into making it your full-time gig.
So how do you transition your side hustle into a full business? In this exclusive report from VSP Individual Vision Plans and Entrepreneur, you'll learn:
- The differences between having a side hustle and becoming a solopreneur
- How to plan for solopreneurship
- Knowing the market
- Understanding your finances
- Hiring contractors
- And much more