How About Buying a Franchise?

What to do if buying an existing business doesn't sound right for you but starting from scratch sounds a bit intimidating
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Take a stab at franchise ownership. What is a franchise--and how do you know if you're right for one? Essentially, a franchisee pays an initial fee and ongoing royalties to a franchisor. In return, the franchisee gains the use of a trademark, ongoing support form the franchisor and the right to use the franchisor's system of doing business and sell its products or services.

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