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UBreakIFix Franchise Review | UBreakIFix Franchise Cost | UBreakIFix Franchise Fee | Use Your 401k to Start a UBreakIFix Franchise Business

  How much does it cost to open a UBreakIFix Franchise? [Updated 2020] UBreakIFix Franchise Review Are you considering opening a UBreakIFix Franchise?  If so, it will be essential to understand the costs & fees and how you will pay for those expenses.  This article highlights some key expenses listed in the 2019 Franchise Disclosure […]

Compare ROBS Competitors – Guidant Financial Reviews | Benetrends Reviews

I am considering using a ROBS 401k to buy a business and have been researching Guidant Financial Reviews, Benetrends Reviews, and the other major players in this space.  What sets My Solo 401k Financial apart? Put simply what separate us from our competition is the following: Expertise:  Since 2009, My Solo 401k Financial has been providing […]

ROBS 401k – How Long Does It Take to Finance My Business with a Rollover as Business Startup?

For most new business owners, time is of the essence – as they say “Time is Money!” There may be many important business reasons why time is critical such as a limited opportunity to buy a business or you may be seeking to start a business before a profitable busy season. For a potential business […]

Rollover As Business Startup – How Does Double Taxation Apply to a ROBS C-Corp?

One of the fundamental requirements of a Rollover as Business Startup (ROBS) transaction is that your business must be organized as a C-corporation. This requirement will often elicit a negative reaction from an aspiring entrepreneur who is considering using our 401k Business Financing plan to fund his or her business startup.  Many people believe that […]

Choosing the Best ROBS Provider – Why a “Money Back Guarantee” May Be a Bad Idea

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Most aspiring business owners naturally have an optimistic outlook on their business prospects.  In fact, this self-belief can be a key ingredient to the ultimate success of the business.    While it may run against their “glass half full” nature, prudent entrepreneurs should consider the possibility that their business plans will fall through. Virtually every business plan […]

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