Estimated Initial Investment Law and Legal Definition

Estimated initial investment means all the fees and expenses incurred in starting a franchised business. It includes the total amount required to pay or get financing for business, fees paid to the franchisor, estimates for furniture, fixtures and equipment, opening inventory, real-estate costs, insurance inventory, and so on. This estimate should include a proviso for the assets available for use in the production of further assets through the start-up phase.