Entrepreneur.com Shows Regular Folk How to Fund A Franchise!

Want to own your own business but not sure where to get the cash? You’re not alone!

A passionate, qualified, hard working person like yourself who wants to jump into franchising shouldn’t let money hold you back!

There are many great ways to pull together the resources you need to follow your dreams and Entreprenuer.com does a great job at weighing the pros and cons of each. The article outlines how five successful multi-unit franchisees paid for their franchise opportunity.

“There are many options — from straightforward friends-and family loans to complicated 401(k) investment techniques. Each comes with its own benefits and pitfalls, and, financial experts say, the best one for each person depends on their earning potential, current asset position, how much they have saved, their creditworthiness, and most important, their risk tolerance.”

– Daniel Bortz, Magazine Contributor – Entrepreneur.com

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