Archive for March 2016

Senior Care Franchise Business Loan

Make Your Own Luck: How to Prepare for a Small Business Loan by David Nilssen Guidant Financial Senior Care Franchise Business Loans.  As I’ve worked with entrepreneurs all over the country, I’ve always suggested that “luck is where opportunity and openness collide.” We all know that one person on whom good fortune seems to shine, but…

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Care Franchise Many Choices

Care Franchise Many Choices So Many Choices in Senior Care Franchising. Where to Begin? Franchise | Starting a Franchise | The Senior Care Industry Tom Ryan | 3/11/2016 I know when I go to buy a car I like to have a lot of choices: make, model, color, are all important. However, somewhere around the…

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Franchises For Sale

Franchises For Sale It’s a Great Time for Buying or Selling a Business: New Infographic Shows Solid Economy for Business Sales Washington, D.C. – SCORE, – – the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, has gathered statistics on buying and selling small businesses that show a solid economy for both business buyers and…

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Home Care Businesses

Home Care Businesses and the  Benefits of Franchising Risk taker! Fueled by passion! Visionary! These are some of the phrases that come to mind when we think of entrepreneurs. These are also true for people who open a franchise business, though I have to admit when most people picture an entrepreneur it’s of someone who…

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Funding Your HomeCare Franchise

Using Rollovers for Business Start-ups (ROBS) to finance a business isn’t new, but it is unfamiliar to many. As a result, there are a lot of myths swirling around about the use of ROBS that may be stopping would-be entrepreneurs from chasing their dreams.ROBS is an acronym from the United States Internal Revenue Service for…

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Restaurant Franchising Dead

Restaurant Franchising Dead–Is The Little Guy Out of the Game? Author: Joan Moriarty  Small Restaurant Franchisees Endangered? Private equity firms and other large investors are taking over more and more franchised restaurants, contributing to a shift toward larger operators that may threaten the future of smaller and even medium-sized franchisees. Franchise Times reported in 2015 that the…

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