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Determining How Much an Initial Franchise Fee Should Be When Starting a Franchise

An initial franchise fee is a fee that franchisors charge franchisees when purchasing a franchise.  The initial franchise fee is intended to compensate franchisors for the license granted to franchisees (i.e. to operate a franchised location) and to reimburse the franchisor for the administrative tasks and training that will be involved in getting your new franchise up and running. Structuring the right franchise fee is critical. Some factors to consider include:

There is no set formula for selecting the "right franchise fee" for your business‚ just factors that you must consider and evaluate. Selecting the right fee is more "art" than "science".

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Date: 12/27/2010 | Category: Start a Franchise

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