My Elder Advocate is graded based on our most recent FDD research!
My Elder Advocate provides senior advisory and advocacy services. They provide advice to families about elder and senior care, planning for personal, health and financial needs as they age.
My Elder Advocate has an initial franchise fee of up to $39,500, with a total upfront investment range of $85,150 to $123,200.
The initial investment of any franchised business includes multiple fees. Check out this investment opportunity to better understand the initial costs required to purchase an My Elder Advocate, such as franchise fees, real estate costs, grand opening, marketing, and furniture and fixtures purchases.
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As with any new franchise, the franchise owner's salary and the revenue from a My Elder Advocate franchise depends on a variety of factors. One way to confirm the potential revenues or profits earned from a My Elder Advocate franchise investment is to review the franchisor's Item 19 within their Franchise Disclosure Document. Usually, earnings and owner's income are equitable to the size of the investment and number of locations you own. Demand for your products, your labor costs, commercial lease rates and a number of other variables also play a large role in your earnings and your personal salary
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As of the 2017 Franchise Disclosure Document, there are 2 franchised My Elder Advocate locations across the USA.
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Based on 2017 FDD data, My Elder Advocate has franchised locations in 1 states. There may be no locations in several states as each franchise plans their development strategy differently. Certain states require franchisors to register their franchise opportunity and file their Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) with state examiners prior to offering franchises to people living in that state. These registration states have examiners review a franchise company's FDD to ensure it complies state regulatory requirements. In addition to registration states, additional states have enacted supplemental franchise or business opportunity laws that mandate franchisors to provide their franchise within the state. In almost all instances the filing is a notice within the state. Unlike franchise registration states, the franchise filing states do not review the FDD.
Based on the data collected My Elder Advocate is growing into new locations and could be available near you.
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Last Reviewed: 2017
Yes, they have an initial training program of 70 hours. This includes 30 hours of classroom training, 40 hours of on-the-job training, and N/A hours of online training. In their FDD they outline who's in charge of the training. Unlock to find out more.
My Elder Advocate does NOT offer territory protections. For an explanation of territorial rights, unlock this franchise opportunity for more details.
Yes, My Elder Advocate offers comprehensive support for franchisees. Unlock this franchise to find out more.
They began franchising in 2016. The average Home Care franchise began franchising in 2009.
No, but you can click here to fill out our affordability calculator and understand your financing options.