Do you need to know how to value a franchised business?
A large number of businesses operate as franchises, in which a separate entity (the franchisor) creates a brand identity for a product that is sold through a system of franchised retailers (the franchisees).
The transferable value – including the intangible value or ‘goodwill’ - of a franchise depends can be influenced by the terms of the franchise agreement.
Because many franchise agreements prohibit the franchisee from selling the franchise to a third party or require approval by the franchisor, the purposes for business valuation in a franchise setting are narrower than those involving an independent company.
Still, for a variety of reasons – management buy-out, share transfer, marital dissolution, tax planning etc – the value of a franchise may need to be determined.
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