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Can You Find Out If a Business is Low Risk Before You Start it?

Can You Find Out If a Business is Low Risk Before You Start it?

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It would be great if you could.  Right?

What would it take? Here are a few ideas:

1. You would need a way to find out all about the business first.

2. You would need to be able to talk to others who had started the same kind of business.   You would want them to tell you all about their successes and challenges.  You’d want them to share the inside secrets with you.

3. You would want to see some statistics on how many other people had success or failure in similar businesses.

But is that possible? You couldn’t possibly get all of that information.  Could you?

You could.  IF the business you are looking into is a franchise. No, franchises aren’t perfect.  For every great franchise business, you could find five that aren’t even good.  But franchises have one advantage that most people don’t know about:  You can find out all about them before you make any investment at all.

 

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