Tell your late-career small-business story in MONEYAugust 12, 2013: 4:38 PM ET
Are you in the second act of your career?
For its regular Second Acts feature, MONEY magazine is looking to interview people between the ages of 50 and 70 who've started a small business in the last five years, after having worked for someone else for most of their career.
Interested in telling your story in Second Acts? Send your name, age, former occupation, current occupation, contact info and a recent photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Those chosen to appear in the magazine will be required to share some financial details of their business, such as revenue and salary. To get an idea of what these Second Act stories are like, you can read previous installments in the series about entrepreneurs Roger Cicala and Jill Foucré.