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How to Build a Financial Advisor Team Being chief cook and bottle washer isn't always the best solution for your bottom line. Here's how to find folks who can help.

By J.D. Roth

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Take One For the Team

I've got a case of Entrepreneur Syndrome: I'm afraid to give up control and I want to do everything myself. I want to answer the e-mails, buy the office supplies and pay the bills.

But there are only so many hours in the day. And it's often better for my finances if I focus on the things that actually make me money and pay somebody else to do various chores. (When I first paid to have my taxes prepared, I was shocked at how much money I saved.)

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