I've read in a book about engineers going solo, that if you fail as a sole proprieter, as long as it wasn't for unethical or gross negligence reasons, it will not hamper your ability to reenter the work force; you will have learned new skills and be better because of your free lance experience. So worse case, your out the financial cost of the business failure, but you should be in a better position to find a job as an employee with your new business experience that was gained, and the courage and independence to have taken a risk.
Does anyone agree, disagree, or have anything to add to that?
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