A step-by-step plan to starting a consulting business - TechRepublic
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It takes more than a business card and some organizational skills to start your own consulting business. As one former IT leader explains, it requires skills, from accounting to time management, and there's more than just a few hurdles in the path. I have been in the IT field for two decades and have worked as a consultant for at least 10 years. I am often asked the best way to start a career as an independent consultant by IT managers who are looking to do something different, enjoy more job flexibility, and, hopefully, make more money.
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