This was updated on April 15, 2020, to reflect changes issued by Illinois and Indiana.

This was updated on April 6, 2020, to reflect changes issued by Virginia.

This has been updated to reflect changes issued by Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Minnesota, New York, and Washington.

Good things come to those who wait … except when

In a recent opinion, the Texas State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) disagreed with a Texas franchisor that claimed rent and other fees received from its franchisees were mandated by fiduciary duty to flow through to other entities and therefore not taxable revenue.

The Franchise Agreement and the Franchise Disclosure Document of the franchisor,

The Philadelphia Chapter of the International Franchise Association’s Women’s Franchise Network hosted its annual summer meeting this past week.   For those of you who do not know, the local chapters of the IFA WFN’s is a local community designed to create, promote and inspire a network of female franchise business professionals dedicated to strengthening the

The female panelists at last month’s Philadelphia IFA Women’s Franchise Network Meeting provided so many great tips on how they utilize social media online to drive franchise sales that we couldn’t fit them into one blog post! Feedback from the 40 women professionals in the audience was overwhelmingly positive. Below are some additional takeaways

Top marketing executives from some of the most popular and growing franchise systems recently spoke at the Philadelphia Chapter of the International Franchise Association Women’s Franchise Network meeting about capitalizing on social media to increase sales and build business.

According to the esteemed panelists, by far the two most utilized social media sites used in