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  • Q. How can I prepare for my year-end?

    Author: Renata Selley

    answered by Renata Selley

    Renata Selley is a senior relationship manager at d&t

    Renata Selley writes: Your ‘year-end’ is the date when your franchise accounting period ends. Communication is king when it comes to working with your accountant. Let them know when your information will...

  • Q. Why are a growing number of women becoming franchisees?

    Author: Louise Harris

    answered by Louise Harris

    Head of strategic partnerships at easyStorage

    Louise Harris writes: This is a little ‘armchair psychology’ from me but, speaking as a women who has been a franchisee, there are some simple reasons behind the increase in women entering...

  • Q. Do all franchisors offer the opportunity to invest in multiple units?

    Author: Shelley Nadler

    answered by Shelley Nadler

    Legal director at Bird & Bird

    Shelley Nadler writes: It’s often the case that franchisors will allow franchisees to invest in more than one franchise unit, but it depends on the type of franchise and size of territories...

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