Commentary: Advisers can help small firms in tough times

07/1/2009 | Financial Planning

Small-business owners who once thought they had cash-flow and capitalization needs under control might be under pressure as the recession continues. A good financial planner can help smaller firms address those issues, Donald Jay Korn explains. "Advisers may be able to help clients gain access to capital, as well as funding for business continuity and succession plans," Korn writes.

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