How to get good advice about your business

08/20/2013 | Entrepreneur online

Most small-business owners need advice from time to time, but not every so-called expert knows what he or she is talking about, writes Debra Kaye. For this reason, it's important to look for someone who has experience working with both large and small businesses and to review his or her past performance, she writes. "If a consultant is hesitant to name names, or does not have extensive work to show, this could be a red flag," she writes.

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