Exploring franchise opportunities and opening your own business is an exciting event for most entrepreneurs. It can also feel overwhelming at times. Our goal at Franchise Business Review is to provide you with the tools and resources you need to make the process as easy as possible, and help you make an educated franchise investment.
Your retirement funds can lead to franchise ownership. Learn how 401(k) business financing, a.k.a. Rollovers for Business Start-ups (ROBS), funds your dreams without tax penalties
The franchise agreement is a legally binding document. Know what you are signing, before you sign, with the franchise agreement 101. And take a look at a real sample from WildBirds Unlimited.
The Franchise Disclosure Document can be overwhelming but it contains valuable information. Here are the items to pay close attention to when reviewing an FDD.
Before you create your business plan, you need a vision plan. This guide explains how to create your vision and offers a free, actionable, step-by-step template that you can use to get started.
As a veteran, there's a good chance you'll make a great business owner! That's because vets tend to possess the skills required to lead and manage a growing business. Need funding to get started? Here are 8 small business loans and grants for veterans! Plus, 10 helpful funding resources.
Want to buy a franchise but not sure if you'll be able to fund your new business venture? There are many franchise funding options available from loans to grants to franchisor discounts and waivers. In this guide, we will tell you everything you need to know about funding your first franchise.
Looking to start your own company but not sure how you will finance it? See this list of small-business grants for women to get started!
Legally binding franchising documents are chock full of important details that you may miss without an experienced franchise attorney by your side. Here's what you need to know before you hire a franchise lawyer.