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October 2010 - How do you evaluate a franchise from a financial point of view? Lorraine Lord follows one man’s journey as he does his sums on a real-life business opportunity
Franchise Accountants offer advice for franchisees on managing cash flow
Philip Morrison of Franchise Accountants explains what you need to get your business started and keep it going
May 2012 - I own a franchise and am thinking about selling it. Can you give me any direction on who I could talk to regarding valuing an existing franchise?
Fraud is very much in the news in franchising right now. Steve Davis looks at common types of fraud which can affect both franchisees and franchisors and suggests ways of preventing them
In the first article, Steve Davis looked at common types of fraud which can affect both franchisees and franchisors. Here he suggests some controls to help you avoid getting caught out.
Every business owner needs to keep an eye on their bottom line. Simon Lord shares some real-life examples of the ways companies are helping franchisees increase profitability
A new app enables businesses to shift provisional tax payment dates to suit their cashflow needs
Too many businesses decline or fail to perform as well as they could because the owners or managers lack financial skills and the ability to pay attention to the basic indicators that affect performance and profitability. The National Bank has provided this guide which outlines seven management skills to help you get the best out of your business.
Philip Morrison of Franchise Accountants explains what financial reports can tell you about the business you’re buying
June 2010 - Craig Weston and Estelle Logan look at some of the issues surrounding changes in the GST regime
Westpac’s Daniel Cloete offers advice on some common banking issues for franchisees
Dean Madsen of Westpac provides a guide to using the equity in your property to fund a business
Having the right banking solutions in place for every stage of your business life cycle can make a big difference, says Daniel Cloete of Westpac
Philip Morrison looks at how to calculate whether a franchise is a worthwhile investment
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