Rollovers as Business Startups (ROBS) allow entrepreneurs to use their retirement savings to fund a business or franchise. The ROBS structure utilizes a new retirement plan to mobilize the funding.…

There are a lot of details that go into setting up your small business with funding from a Rollover as Business Startup (ROBS). One of these is establishing a C-corporation.…

Whether you’re planning to launch your new business or recapitalize an existing one at the start of the new year, financial fitness should be top of mind. The ability to…

Starting a small business or buying a franchise with a lot of debt is a scary thing for many entrepreneurs. Debt often comes with many hurdles, from strict qualification requirements…

A Rollover as Business Startup (ROBS) is a method of business capitalization that allows you to start your new small business or franchise debt-free and penalty-free using the funds you’ve…

After leaving a former employer, you’re likely to be left with an employer-sponsored 401(k) account that you’ve invested in over the years. You have a few options for what you…

When looking to finance a franchise or small business, you have a few options. While loans and lines of credit (known as debt-funding) are pretty common, one beneficial funding choice…

When looking to start their own businesses open a franchise, most entrepreneurs turn to debt financing like loans or lines of credit. Although debt may be unavoidable in some instances…

After years of working for an employer that offers a sponsored 401(k) plan, you’ve probably amassed a sizable amount in your retirement account. Once you leave that company, however, those…

Are you saving enough for retirement? If you aren’t saving enough for retirement, then it’s likely that your employees aren’t saving enough either. That’s a prime opportunity lost to set…