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Start a Franchise in Arizona

Arizona Franchise Registration Status: Non-Registration State
State Registration Fee: $0.00

Franchising represents a significant business model that has been adopted by many successful Arizona business owners. When evaluating franchising and whether or not franchised expansion or a franchised business is right for you, it is critical to understand your business goals and a preferred course of action for evaluating a franchise business model.

Are You Interested in Franchising Your Existing Business?

Are you a successful business owner and you are considering options for the multi-unit expansion of your business. Maybe you would like to expand outside the State of Arizona or you would like to establish multiple franchised units within the state. If so, franchising your business is an option to consider. To learn more about how to franchise your business and the role that a franchise lawyer will play in this process - Order a completely COMPLIMENTARY copy of Charles N. Internicola's book "How to Expand and Grow Your Business Through Franchising".

Are You Interested in Buying a Franchise?

Are you looking to start a business and you have identified a franchise that you would like to buy? If so there are many things that you need to evaluate and consider before you sign a franchise agreement and before you become a franchisee. To learn more about the franchise purchase process, how a franchise lawyer can assist you and the steps to buying a franchise, order a completely COMPLIMENTARY copy of Charles N. Internicola's book "An Entrepreneurs Guide to Buying a Franchise". Also visit our Franchisee University.

Although Arizona is not a franchise registration state, it is a business opportunity state and Arizona has enacted state regulation that governs the purchase and sale of a franchise. In addition to state regulation, the purchase and sale of a Arizona franchise is governed by the Federal Franchise Rule and the regulations issued by the FTC. Before buying a franchise or franchising your Arizona business it is important to understand the applicable regulation and how to adopt a plan of action that will protect your business interests. Some Arizona franchise and business opportunity information may be found on the website of the Arizona Department of Revenue: www.azdor.gov.

Charles Internicola

by Charles Internicola
National Business and Franchise Lawyer

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