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When you buy a franchise, you often can sell goods and services that have instant name recognition, and get training and support that can help you succeed. But purchasing a franchise is like every other investment: there's no guarantee of success. view this article »
As many of have likely heard President Obama last Tuesday signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (the Recovery Act). This Act has several provisions that directly affect SBA funding for small businesses and the ability for lenders to sell these loans in the secondary ma... view this article »
Generally the last step of your franchise research will involve attending the franchisor's Discovery Day. Most often, the franchisor will bring you to their headquarters and you’ll have the opportunity to meet with the franchise team, to learn about their systems and support, and to see if you woul... view this article »
Most franchisors require that franchisees individually obligate themselves to be responsible for and guaranty fulfillment of all contractual commitments, including monetary obligations, made by the corporate or other legal entity owning and operating the franchise. view this article »
The amounts shown below are in US$ and are averages of figures provided by franchise companies that participated in a survey. Prospective franchisees afford will often borrow the necessary funds to open the franchise from a lender which specializes in franchise loans. view this article »
Investing in your own business can be one of the most critical decisions one will ever make. The challenges are enormous physically and emotionally. Even finalizing a decision to own one's own business is daunting in itself. Many budding entrepreneurs cop out early into the decision making process. view this article »