Introducing Franchise Specialist
Welcome to Franchise Specialist, the FREE service that can help you on your road to owning your own business. Our mission is to aid the achievement of your personal, professional, and financial goals through a franchise business opportunity.
Starting your own business is a serious undertaking. Now, more than ever before, you must research your options and assemble a team of professionals that are experts in the field of franchise opportunities. We are that team.
Our Expertise Can Save You Time, Energy and Money
Having a Franchise Consultant from Franchise Specialist on your side of the negotiation can help you save time, energy and money. All of our consultants have completed extensive training programs that include franchise industry training, legal training, customer service training, and most importantly, profitability analysis training. The FBA consultant is the expert in your team to help provide you the tools to make the best decision for your future.
Our database is filled with franchise systems that have proved to be successful. There is a franchise for every budget, some starting at as little as $30,000. The opportunities are endless. You can search for the right match for you.
Here are just a few industries where you could own your own franchise:
- Automotive Services
- Computer and Technology
- Education Services
- Financial Services
- Fitness Services
- Internet Businesses
- Real Estate
- Restoration Services
- And more!
Purchasing a franchise is a big-ticket item. But even if you aren’t able to pay for the franchise in cash, several financial assistance programs, including both traditional and non-traditional options, are available to those who qualify. Programs include grants, loans, financial aid, and even retirement rollovers — which offer a tax-free option on the purchase of your business. For a complete listing of lenders and programs, please contact us today.
- Are you financing the amount for the acquisition of your business?
- Do you have a retirement account in either a 401 (k), personal IRA, or some other retirement savings account?
- If you could finance your business using these funds, and avoid paying taxes on the distribution, would you?
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