Business Advice for the Asking More than 12,000 volunteers in the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) are ready to help you solve your business problems by Kathy Price-Robinson When Los Angeles-area remodeling contractor Alan Underwood found himself working too many hours on the job site, and too few hours at his desk developing a business and marketing plan, he asked for help. The way Underwood figured it, his 12-year-old business wouldn't budge past its $200,000 average yearly volume unless he could liberate himself from the dayto- day job tending and rustle up more business. Without a change, he would stay stuck. But finding someone to ask for advice isn't as easy as it sounds. Professional business consultants charge big