New York (PRWEB) June 18, 2010
Business and Franchise Lawyer Charles N. Internicola has announced the release of the Second Edition of An Entrepreneurs Guide to Purchasing a Business or Franchise: A No Nonsense Guide to Educate, Inform and Empower Business Purchasers and Prospective Franchisees. Written to level the playing field for the individual entrepreneur, the book reveals fundamental information that business purchasers and prospective franchisees need to know before buying a business or signing a franchise agreement.
In the book, readers are exposed to the 5 myths that must be ignored when buying a business followed by fundamental information about business and franchise transactions. After establishing the fundamentals, the book alerts readers to practical information about Evaluating and Assessing Business Assets, Special Factors Important to Franchisees, and The Significance of Due Diligence. In the supplement to the book, readers are provided with timely and specialized information about valuing a business, franchise transactions and the current state of the economy, including, criteria for assessing whether or not the purchase of a business or franchise is a viable option for replacing a lost job.
Why did Charles N. Internicola write the Book?:
To level the playing field for the business and franchise purchaser by exposing prospective entrepreneurs to critical information and issues that they need to be aware of before signing any agreements or paying any fees.
About Charles N. Internicola: Charles Internicola is an attorney, author and speaker with a legal practice devoted to business and franchise law. Charles represents entrepreneurs, including first time business purchasers, franchisors, franchisees and non-public corporations. Charles is the publisher of the New York Franchise Law Blog. You can learn more about Charles N. Internicola by visiting http://www.BusinessandFranchiseLaw.com.
Book Details (paper back): 126 pages; Publisher: Word Association (June, 2010); Cover Price $19.95; Language: English; ISBN 978-1-59571-553-1