Business owners below the age of 45 are more bullish on their growth prospects compared to their elder counterparts, according to the Western Union Small Business Barometer.

The survey segregated the group of small businessmen into two groups, according to their age, 44 years and below and 45 to 54 years. Fort-five percent of younger owners forecast increased revenues for their businesses for the rest of this year versus only 25% of the elder owners.

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