BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Retirees, especially Baby Boomers used to the fast-paced life of their professions, are turning entrepreneurial and tapping into their 401(k)'s and IRAs to start new businesses, often doing so without penalties and taxes.In the past, antsy retirees unaccustomed to endless daytime TV, golf and buffet lunches eventually rejoined the workforce. Today, a lurching economy has meant fewer jobs to choose from as well as increased competition that favors youth over experience.
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