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A Business Franchise Versus a Business Opportunity

When Deciding to Invest in a Franchise or Business Opportunity, You May Want to Give this Book a Read
Narrated by: Al Remington
Length: 23 mins
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The world is full of potential financial opportunities. One could invest in real estate, the stock market, or insurance policies, or one could invest in franchises or other business opportunities!

Franchise investments have the best history of success and also a history of high monetary return. A lot of people, young and old, could think about this on a daily basis, but there's no need to because the solution to your decision-making troubles is right here.

I have a bachelor's degree in business administration from Tiffin University and also possess an associate's degree in business management technology from Owens Community College.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Where do you really want to put your money?

Clinger really drives home everything that you might need to know if you have a business opportunity pop up, or is you are thinking of sinking some serious dough into a francise. He, as always, explains the differences between the two, he provides ample information as to what each is, and he provides the pros and cons of both. It is YOUR decision, after all. Still, in less than half an hour you should be empowered enough to make an informed decision, and be confident in doing so.

Remington accompanies Cliger's text well, and does a fine job narrating.

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