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Buying a Franchise
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Talk to these three people -- who are more likely to tell you 'no' -- before handing over your hard-earned cash for a franchise business.
If you pay peanuts, you may get monkeys. Learn where to dig and why so you can outweigh costs with benefits and find the best franchise opportunity for you
Once you have a few franchises in mind, you'll be talking to a franchise rep from each company. Here's the skinny on how that phone call should go.
Once you've narrowed your franchise choices to a few – or a few dozen – it's time to investigate these informational options.
Don't lay down any cash until you've carefully evaluated the most common risks you might face when buying a franchise.
If you're thinking about buying a franchise operation, here are three key benefits of buying into franchise opportunities.
Paradoxically, a stable business is one that constantly reinvents itself to meet changing customer needs.
A good franchisor wants to make a deal that works for both parties -- but a lot of them just want to make a quick sale.
No matter how much you think your spouse enjoys surprises, make sure you tell him or her before you buy a franchise.
New Americans are twice as likely as native-born Americans to start their own business. Franchising makes it simpler.