Go to http://www.score.org/ to find the nearest SCORE chapter. Contact them to arrange for a free one on one meeting with a SCORE counselor. SCORE is a nonprofit organization. They provide a public service by offering small business advice and training. . SCORE's 10,500 volunteers have more than 600 business skills. Volunteers share their wisdom and lessons learned in business. The volunteers are working/retired business owners, executives and corporate leaders.
by Robert E. Lee - 19 hours ago
Do NOT consider starting a business when your credit is bad. Whatever business it is you will need "working capital" or at least access to sums of money at any given time. Get your credit up to where at least you could get a loan if you needed one.
by Hayseedless - 19 hours ago
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