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Do Statistics Reveal the Truth about Franchising?

Last week, FranchiseGrade.com released its "Franchise Industry Report 2014" touting a 3.8 percent growth in the number of franchise outlets in the United States between 2010 and 2014—a three year period.

Are Franchisors Inching Toward a Cliff? How Much Control Is Enough?

It seems to be human nature to want to stand as close to danger as possible—believing you have a solid footing to avoid falling over.  This is demonstrated by recent news reports of people dying while taking “selfies”, including one couple who tumbled off a cliff together in front of their young children.

Corporation or LLC, What State is Right for Your Entity?

Everyone planning to set up a new corporation or LLC faces the question of what state should they form the entity in. You read on the Internet or see ads on television about the "wonders" of incorporating in some particular state. The half of the truth that the proponents generally don't tell you is what can later bite you.

A Thorough FDD Review & Consultation is a Bargain

We spend a lot of time counseling clients who invested in an unsuccessful franchise without ever consulting an attorney.

You Gotta Have (Good) Faith

At the beginning of a franchise relationship, franchisees  are filled with goodwill and warm feelings toward their “partner” franchisor.

Is “Family Franchising” a Good Idea?

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, many millennials found themselves with a college degree and no job prospects.

Buying a Franchise: Is Your Only “Plan B” Bankruptcy?

People get married believing they will remain married and happy the rest of their lives. Over 50% of marriages end in divorce; a higher percentage “fail”.

Don't Agree to Lies When Buying a Franchise

Almost every franchisee, when buying a franchise, is asked to sign a document containing false statements--in order to be "awarded" a franchise.  No franchise or other business opportunity is worth signing something false to get it.