Building a Bookkeeping Franchise

BY Eddy Hood In Outsourced Accounting Services On Jun 27, 2012 With 0 Comments

Many times, purchasing a franchise makes significantly more financial sense than trying to invest in getting a brand new startup off the ground with no support. Most of the benefits of this approach to business are obvious; you’re leveraging the power of volume, relying on expertise in repeated tasks, and other obvious strategies. What isn’t so obvious though, are some of the peripheral benefits you receive when you franchise with Ignite Spot.

One example of this is their Program Ignition policy. Intended to get their franchisees off on the right foot, it allows you to defer most of your franchise fee (which is incredibly low to begin with, compared to industry standards) until they have earned up to $5,000/month in recurring revenue for you. They just feel that it makes more sense to require a lower upfront investment from people who are trying to get a business solvent and producing steady flows of revenue. What other bookkeeping franchise comes with a benefit like that?

Another example is their commitment to training. You will receive personal instruction on literally every facet of your business, from hardware, to software, to systems and communications. This means that you will be able to rely on our proven expertise to handle any situation you will encounter. We even assist you in obtaining QuickBooks certification to better market yourself to potential clients. Our staff even provides the actual accounting work for the new client book we build for you while you are in the process of receiving all this training.

With benefits like these, it is easy to see why choosing Ignite Spot as your Bookkeeping franchise is an easy choice to make. You simply aren’t going to find another company more committed to providing you with a stable base to begin building your business from, and ongoing support in order to keep you well into the black for years to come.

My name is Eddy Hood. I've coached over 500 businesses on how to become more profitable. I'm the Founder & CEO of Ignite Spot, and I have mad parallel parking skills.

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