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Franchise Focus


Get Extra Help with monthly franchise fees


Are you considering investing in a franchise but perhaps concerned about the ongoing management fees? Then take a look at Extra Help


INVESTMENT LEVEL: £12,000


franchise fee and the capital required to run your business, management or service fees are always payable to the franchisor. These can vary enormously, so do make sure you’re fully aware of exactly how much you’ll be liable for each month before signing any franchise agreement. Management fees can either be charged


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t is a known fact that many franchises fail due to the franchisee’s inability to fi nance the outgoings involved, particularly when they factor in the monthly fees they need to pay


to the franchisor. As well as your set-up costs, your initial


as a fi xed fee, or a percentage fee where the amount you owe is based on a percentage of the sales you generate. Extra Help, the home help and domestic services franchise network, is aiming to off er a fair deal to its franchisees and thereby provide them with every opportunity to succeed. Unlike many franchisors who charge a percentage fee, Extra Help is charging all franchisees (that sign up before the end of June) a fi xed monthly fee of only £150 plus vat per


month, regardless of their sales income. Franchise fees only become payable after the fi rst month of trading and the deal will be fi xed for the full fi ve-year term of the franchise agreement. So, if you’re interested in purchasing a home-help and domestic services franchise and want the added reassurance of a fi xed, monthly management fee, Extra Help is a franchise that’s worth further consideration.


Extra Help


Home help and domestic cleaning services


www.extra-help.co.uk info@extra-help.co.uk 0845 618 2904


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