Financing a Franchise
To start a Spaulding Decon franchise, we recommend having between $88,550 to $126,900 in startup capital, which includes the cost of buying your first territory. Having these initial funds is important in order to get the business up and running. We understand that this can be quite a sum of money from the get-go. There are several ways that potential Spaulding Decon franchisees can raise the needed capital:
- Liquid assets – Pulling some funds from a personal savings account can be a good place to start when gathering startup capital.
- Home equity loans – Homeowner may have equity built against their property that qualifies them for a home equity loan, which is a lower-expense solution for borrowing money and financing a franchise. As an added bonus, it is possible to deduct interest payments for these loans from one’s annual taxes..
- IRA or 401(k) – When starting a business, individuals can transfer IRA or 401k savings funds into a self-directed IRA and use it for initial capital. Financial institutions or financial advisors can help with this process to avoid penalties from early savings withdrawals.
- Small Business Association (SBA) loans – Potential small business and franchise owners can apply for a loan through the SBA, an organization whose mission is to help potential small businesses owners obtain loans from the bank by streamlining the process.
If you are interesting in financing a Spaulding Decon franchise, contact our team today. We will provide you with all of the documentation you need, as well as an itemized list of the franchise startup costs, so that you can obtain the financing you need for your business.
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