1 Choosing HOW you fund your business is just as IMPORTANT as the business you choose.
2 About Benetrends Benetrends has been helping visionary entrepreneurs successfully launch their dreams for nearly 30 years, with proven and innovative funding strategies that make the most of every opportunity, while minimizing risk. Original architect of Roll-over Business Start Up Funding Comprehensive suite of products Get you the funding you need.quickly, safely and economically
3 The Current Lending Environment Today s AGENDA Traditional ways to fund a business The Rainmaker Plan Additional Funding Options
4 Where the lending world is today Lending environment has gone through a dramatic change Less money and it has become harder to access that money Forced to find other ways to fund a business
5 Where the funds used to come from SBA Loans & Home Equity Loans most traditional But..they are not the only options out there
6 Most Common SBA Loans The 7A Loan Most common for business start-ups and existing businesses "any legitimate business purpose Currently, the rate is around 6% Typical loan amount is from $100k to 5 Million Loan can typically take 30 to 60 days The 504 Loan Less common than 7A loans and the requirements to qualify are very similar Some key differences: The loan must include real-estate or equipment Not usually for startups You typically put down 10% The bank takes a first mortgage of 50% The SBA guarantees 40% Most 504 projects are in the $500k to $5 million plus range Longer terms/amortizations are available
7 Eligibility Requirements You need strong personal credit Usually 20% to 30% down Most lenders want you to have industry experience often 2 years You may need to provide collateral You will need to write a Business Plan You have to provide 3 years of tax returns A Resume Personal financial statement
8 Total Funding Solutions Unsecured Business Lines of Credit Equipment Leasing Securities Based Financing The Rainmaker Program 401(k) / IRA Rollover Financing
9 Unsecured Business Lines of Credit The most accessible type of funding Funding ranges from $25K to $150K No business financials are required Applies to new and existing businesses
10 Equipment Leasing From $5K to $150K No additional collateral Simple application Potential tax advantages Fixed payments and longer terms Existing businesses and franchises; start ups on a case by case basis
11 Securities Based Financing Uses current investment portfolio as collateral for a loan Interest rate usually lower than SBA or home equity loan Keep all appreciation and dividends from your portfolio Borrow approximately 70% to 80% of your investment portfolio Historical return is 9%. You are borrowing at 4%
12 The original retirement funding plan that changed the game forever.
13 401 (k) / IRA Rollover Financing Types of retirement plans that qualify 401(k) Plans 457 Plans (Government agencies) Cash Balance Plans Employee Stock Ownership Money Purchase Plans SEPs 403(b) Plans Annuity Plans Defined Benefits Plans IRAs Rollover Plans SIMPLE Plans Roth IRAs do not qualify Most Employers require employment termination prior to using retirement funds. *Other plans may qualify
14 401 (k) / IRA Rollover Financing
15 401 (k) / IRA Rollover Financing What are the benefits? Reduces emotional and financial concerns No Loan payments Does not affect one s debt ratio or credit rating Current credit score not a factor Saves money Builds wealth Can be used as capital injection for SBA
16 Conclusion It s always been part of the American Dream to own your own business Many different ways to get the funding you need To learn more about, please call us at Benetrends We have almost 30 years of experience helping visionary entrepreneurs launch their dreams
17 For more information, contact a Benetrends representative at or at
18 Be Your Own Boss! SBA basics for Business Buyers John Thwing The SBA Guy!
19 Who is The SBA Guy!? Over 250 SBA deals closed Business acquisitions, commercial real estate, and franchise Not a Banker!
20 What must the business DO? Pay you Pay the lender(s) Have wiggle-room!
21 How do I make a deal?
22 OK tell me more Cash flow DSC of Value WC/Liquidity
23 Leverage your $ At least 10% cash down Post Injection liquidity Seller carried financing
24 Experience Lead the horse to water
25 What s the bad news? PG Personal assets Ouch!
26 Financing Scenarios See the handout! How much goodwhat?
27 When do I start making money? Timing Bumps in the road People that can mess up your deal
28 Bottom Line We want to: Make loans to good buyers Give money good sellers Find the common ground
29 Contact Info John Thwing The SBA Guy!
30 Be Your Own Boss! Welcome! Goals Self-Employment Choices Start your own business from scratch Purchase an existing Business Purchase a Franchise License Understand if business ownership is for you Equip yourself with the tools you need to explore options 30
31 Big Picture 1,900,000 households in Minnesota 124,000 businesses 107,000 of these are small businesses (<20 employees) (Source: InfoUSA) Only 5% of Minnesota households are business owners According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), small business generates 50% of Gross Domestic Product and employs 50% of the nation. 31
32 Should You Join the Five Percent? What is your motivation? Income replacement Corporate burnout Investment Growth through acquisition Are you independent? Most people will tell you NOT to buy a business or franchise Are you willing to take risks? Are you a visionary? Do you have the financial resources? Do you have the right experience? 32
33 Buying an Existing Business Benefits Immediate Revenue and Cash Flow Proven Products or Service Established Brand/Reputation Trained Employees Vendor Relationships Training from the Seller Control Financial Reward Build Long Term Equity 33
34 How to Find the Right Match FOCUS ON YOUR RESOURCES (Financial, Experience & Skills) Stay open minded on industry Sometimes it is easier to identify the type of business you know you would NOT buy Seek a business where you have transferable SKILLS Most owners will provide significant training Flexibility on location could reveal a great business and in some cases even a business that can be relocated 34
35 How to Find the Right Match Earning Power The earnings of the business must do three things: 1) Pay the new owner s minimum salary needs 2) Service the acquisition debt 3) Have a cushion to allow for working capital, capital expenditures and investment back into the business to drive growth (most banks like a 20% cushion ). 35
36 Determining Earnings for a Small Business Most business owners do their taxes to NOT pay taxes Net income on the tax return never tells the whole story Seller s Discretionary Earnings (SDE) measures the true earning power of a business SDE includes: Net Income +Depreciation and Amortization Expense +Interest Expense + Owner s Salary + Owner s Discretionary Benefits + One Time Expenses (or minus One Time Income) 36
37 SDE SDE allows for an apples to apples comparison of the earning power of businesses: Example 1: Net Income of $100,000 Example 2: Net Income of $0 37
38 SDE Recasting SDE allows for an apples to apples comparison of the earning power of businesses: Example 1: Net Income of $100,000. Owner takes a salary of $100,000. Depreciation of $50,000. $0 Interest. $0 Perks. Example 2: Net Income of $0. Owner takes a salary $300,000. Depreciation of $50,000. $0 Interest. $50,000 Perks. 38
39 Multiples Since most businesses sell for a multiple of SDE, understanding SDE is key What are you really buying? The future! How likely is it that the revenues and SDE will continue into the future? 39
40 Multiples are Driven by RISK and GROWTH 40
41 Multiples Main Street business multiples can range anywhere from 2 5+ times SDE, depending on Size, Industry, Risk and Growth factors. Two Service businesses with the same revenue and earnings (SDE) might sell for much different prices depending on their customer concentration, market share, staff, intellectual property, years in business, reputation, management and other Risks and Growth Opportunities. 41
42 Terms Most sellers want to be cashed out However, seller financing is very common Some sellers will finance a majority of the deal to: Show confidence in the future of the business Tax deferment Interest earnings IMPORTANT: The seller is also the bank. Demonstrate why you are a good credit risk! 42
43 LEVERAGE: Seller Financing and SBA Financing Seller Financing deals (no bank) typically require a much larger down payment from the buyer (30% - 80%). SBA financing gives a buyer more leverage with down payments around 20%. SBA financing is not easy to get. $200,000 of buyer capital gets you 43
44 SBA vs. Seller Financing Financing Buyer Equity Bank Financing Seller Financing Closing Costs/Time Buyer Equity Leverage SBA 20% 70% 10% Yes More leverage, 5:1 Seller 30-50% 0% 50-70% Minimal Less Leverage, 2:1 3:1 44
45 Sources of Capital Cash Home Equity Securities 401k Lenders (SBA) Seller 45
46 The Process of Acquiring a Business Meet face to face with a business broker and communicate your goals Sign a Confidentiality Agreement and review businesses that match your goals AND resources Select businesses that meet your criteria and arrange to meet with the seller to ask questions (reason for sale, transition, trends, growth opportunities, risks, key employees) Use Contingent Offers to control your legal and accounting costs Specify Contingencies (due diligence, financing, lease) Get help from an attorney and/or accountant who understands your goal is to buy a business and is well versed in business acquisitions (10 or more done deals) 46
47 Summary & Questions 47
48 What s a Franchise? Share trade name Share Operating methods Provide exclusive territory Collect an ongoing fee 48
49 Buying a New Franchise License Benefits Immediate Revenue and Cash Flow Lower initial investment Proven Business Operating System Established Brand/Reputation Trained Employees Hire who you want with guidance from franchisor Vendor Relationships Training from the Seller Training from Franchisor Control Financial Reward Build Long Term Equity When it comes time to sell reward yourself for the cash flow that you have built up! Franchises command higher multiples 49
50 Franchise Myth No Freedom or creativity in a Franchise corporate dictates everything! 50
51 Franchise Myth FALSE! Franchisor dictates the basic system the framework that s already proven successful. You are in charge! Hiring/Firing Marketing and Promoting Business regionally Franchise owners have the ability to think up new ideas and make suggestions to corporate strong brands encourage it! New Bread Bites from Dominos Pizza was an idea from one of their franchisees in OH! 51
52 Investment Franchise Fee Total Investment Royalty Ad Fee 52
53 Industries? All Industries! 1 out of 9 businesses - Franchise 53
54 Why Consider a Franchise Be in business for yourself, but not by yourself Learn from the success and failures of others. Franchising is a process of bottling success and giving it to other people for use in developing their own successful businesses. 54
55 Why Consider a Franchise Reduce Risk The U.S. Department of Commerce states that 90% of franchises are still in operation after 10 years, compared to just 18% for other forms of small business. Reduce Costly Mistakes Ramp your Business Quickly Franchise vs. Independent Start-up Group Advertising Buying Power Sharing Best Practices*** 55
56 Why Consider a Franchise Proven Model/Systems Solid Training Program Ongoing Support *BUILD BRAND* 56
57 Investment Options Single License Multiple License 2+ territories, potential discounts (5-10K) for each additional license Area Development License License to operate anywhere in area Own and operate each location Regional Development License (Master) Purchase rights to state Local market partner with Franchisor Award licenses/share Franchise Fee and Royalty w/ Franchisor 57
58 Master Franchise Candidate Profile Strong leadership skill sets Strong communication skills Team Player Enjoy helping others in business Financial Criteria Net Worth ~ $750,000 Liquid Resources ~ $150,000 58
59 Are You a Franchise Candidate? Can you follow a system? Relationship Builder? Like to minimize risk? Big Picture Thinker? 59
60 Finding The Right Franchise Over 3000 different franchise companies and growing Where do you start trying to find the right fit for YOU? 60
61 Role of Franchise Consultant Help buyer efficiently zero in on models that meet their criteria Define the buyer s Criteria Income Goals Lifestyle Goals Passion Investment Location Present franchise models Help buyer navigate thru the exploration process 61
62 Franchise Evaluation Process Complete Confidential Profile online Initial Consult Discuss models that meet criteria Have initial call with franchisor Receive FDD Have follow-up call with franchisor Validation calls Discovery Day 62
63 Investing into a Franchise License Now Low Interest Rates Low Lease Rates Commercial Space Available $ For Tenant Improvement Employees for Hire 63
64 Common Questions How to determine revenue potential? How are you compensated as a Franchise Consultant 64
65 Top Ten Mistakes Buyers make 1) Going it alone 2) No Written Plan 3) Understanding purchasing power and income requirements 4) Lack of Working Capital 5) Making decisions only based on numbers 6) Not willing to take leadership role not giving financial info 7) Failure to ACT! / Analysis Paralysis 8) Buyer doesn t follow the acquisition process 9) No validation calls (Franchise) / Inadequate Due Diligence 10) Post Closing: Changing the business before understanding it 65
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