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Make Money With a Franchise: How Will I be Paid at First?

Aug 30, 2008
Starting your own franchise can be exciting and rewarding both personally and financially. You will have the opportunity to be your own boss so to speak. You will be running a business which has the potential to be very successful. You have made a great choice with choosing to start a franchise. Once you find the right one for you and determine all the specifics, you will then start wondering how you will pay for this endeavor and how will you make money at first if you are spending so much in the beginning. This is a common questions and dilemma for many.

The first step is to be realistic with your budget. You need to find out how much money you will need to start this business and keep it going. But there is a twist, you will also need to know how much you will need to pay your personal expenses until your business takes off and you are making money solely from it. You may not need a lot if you did not have an income or if it was only a small additional income. However you may need much more if your salary was the main source of income for you or your family. This amount of money could actually be larger than the amount you need to start the franchise business. You do have two options to consider.

Option number one is to put extra money into the business and give yourself a salary each week from the business. You will still need to determine how much you need completely.
Option number two is to just put the extra money in your savings account and take from it as you need it. But remember there is only so much money, you will need to have self control and discipline to only take what you need so that it will last you.

Both options are acceptable it just depends on what will truly work better for you. If you would rather just get a "paycheck" to keep things in balance that is fine, however if you feel you can maintain the money you may choose the savings account option which you could also increase by getting a savings account with a high APR .

Getting the money can be a little bit of a challenge and may even seem a bit odd. Sure, it is acceptable to ask for money to start a business, but people don't get loans just to pay their expenses while they try something new.

You may have a hard time determining how much money you need altogether. Since you will be unsure of how quickly you business will take off to a point where it can pay you. A good thing to do is talk with other franchisees about what they think and use that as a starting point. You may also want to speak with an accountant who can really help you make the best decision for you and your business.

Start you franchise off right and get paid while doing it!
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