A KFC franchise is just part of the umbrella of the Yum Brands empire. Yum Brands is the largest restaurant franchise system in the world. KFC franchises are located in over 80 countries worldwide and have sister franchises like Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Long John Silvers and A&W.
There are quite a few advantages of being part of the Yum Brands family however, owning a KFC franchise may not be right for you.
First and foremost, any potential franchisee must be prepared to own more than one franchise. Therefore, if you want to open a KFC, you’re also most likely going to need to open another franchise in the same location. That’s why you see so many groups of fast food stores in the same location. A good idea would be to consider owning multiple franchises on multiple sites.
Yum Brands has quite a reputation for having ambitious business owners as their franchise owners. To be considered on their “good list”, you’re going to have to own at least three KFC franchises. In fact, ambitious franchise owners will get help from Yum Brands on building up their franchises.
The upfront cost to get into a KFC franchise is why so many people do not qualify for this particular franchise. Go ahead and plan on spending 1,000,000 to 2,000,000 to start up your KFC franchise and partner brand franchise. Furthermore, your net worth has to be above 1 million and you have to have liquid assets of at least $360,000. On top of that, you must have experience in the food service industry or least your partner must have that experience.
Plan on spending at least a year going through the whole process from start to finish. If you qualify based on their requirements, you will meet with the Yum Brands leadership to see if the relationship would be a good one for both parties involved. Then there would be the work finding a site and all that other fun stuff.
Bottom line is owning a KFC franchise can be very profitable and a very solid investment even if you can qualify for the high demands of buying a KFC franchise.
A bucket list is defined as a list of the things you would like to achieve before you die, or before you ‘kick the bucket,’ so to speak. The term was popularised by the 2007 film The Bucket List, starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman. Whether it lists one item or 10, a bucket list details your dreams and goals for your time on this earth. Parachuting, climbing Everest or owning your own home, bucket lists are as varied and diverse as the people who draw them up. A bucket list assumes that we will lead full lives, that we will be blessed with the 10, 20 or even 30 years we need to tick off all the items on our list. Sadly, for many people, this is not the case and our lives are often cut tragically short. It is for this very reason that the first item on your bucket list should be to invest in life insurance.
Every plan we make and every dream we have assumes that we will live to a ripe old age. Our career path, our dreams of the time we will spend with our grandchildren and our retirement planning all work on the assumption that we will be granted the biblical ‘three score and 10 years’ or 70 years on this earth. While we all know that death is always just a hair’s breadth away, we very rarely face up to or plan for this reality. As a parent and breadwinner, however, planning for your own death is essential.
As a parent, caring for your children is one of your first priorities. You earn the money they need to survive, you care for them when they are ill and spend hours helping them with their homework. You are their anchor and their shelter in this world, ensuring that they are clothed, fed and sheltered. Your job as a parent is not done, however, if you have not planned for the day that you are not there to look after them, the day that you pass away before they are old enough to look after themselves.
To ensure that your family has the funds they need to stay financially afloat in the event of your death you need to invest in a life insurance policy. Your life insurance payout will help your partner or spouse carry the cost of supporting the family on one salary. It can be put towards living expenses, school and university fees and healthcare. It can even be used to pay off some of your unpaid debt.
While it is important to plan for the future, to list your dreams and goals, it is also important to plan for your untimely death. Invest in a life insurance policy today.