Expense Reduction Analysts Franchise Review

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How much does an Expense Reduction Analysts franchise cost?

Expense Reduction Analysts has a franchise fee of up to $59,900, with a total initial investment range of $66,000 to $85,900.

  • Initial Franchise Fee: $59,900
  • Total Investment: $66,000 to $85,900
  • Working Capital: $3,000 to $6,000
  • Royalty Fee: 15%

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How much does an Expense Reduction Analysts franchise make?

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How many franchise locations do they have?

As of the 2019 Franchise Disclosure Document, there are 149 franchised Expense Reduction Analysts locations in the USA.

Are there any Expense Reduction Analysts franchise opportunities near me?

Based on 2019 FDD data, Expense Reduction Analysts has franchise locations in 23 states plus DC. The largest region is the South with 51 franchise locations.

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Last Reviewed: 2019

Expense Reduction Analysts is graded based on our most recent research.

Expense Reduction Analysts Franchise Stats

Total Investment

$66,000 - $85,900
Franchise Fee

$59,900
Franchise Agreement
Initial Term
10 Years
Renewal Term
5 Years
Franchisee Outlet Growth
2010
213
2018
130
Ongoing Fees
Royalty
15.0%
Ad Fees
3.0%
# of Franchised Outlets

186

Additional Questions

Do they provide any initial training and opening assistance?

Yes, they have an initial training program of 90 hours. This includes 90 hours of classroom training. In their FDD they outline who’s in charge of the training. Unlock to find out more.

Online 0
On-the-Job 0
Classroom 90
Total 90

Do they offer Territory Rights?

Expense Reduction Analysts does NOT offer exclusive territories.

Do they provide Veteran or First Responder Discounts?

Yes, unlock to find out the amount of the discount.

When did they begin franchising?

They began franchising in 2002. The average Consultants, Advisors and Training franchise began franchising in 2007.

Do they offer financing support?

No, but you can click here to fill out our affordability calculator and understand your financing options.
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