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Some franchises do well when the economy is roaring and consumers are spending a lot of money, other systems offer services that still generate a substantial income – even when times are tough.

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AAMCO. Since 1963 they have been a key player in the transmission business. People are no longer trading their cars in every 2 to 3 years for a new model. They are driving their cars longer and needing more repair work done. They now offer general auto repair as well.   ServPro. ServPro provides immediate repair and restoration to homeowners and the bill is usually paid by their insurance company. When someone's basement floods or if there is a house fire, they'll find the money to have it repaired and you'll be the company they'll call.
Liberty Tax. They provide simple tax services at a low price. They are easy to set up, typically don't cost as much as other brick and mortar concepts and are seasonal. During tough economic times people will pay for fast service to get their refund checks quickly. YOU DON'T NEED TO BE AN ACCOUNTANT! Comfort Keepers. A leader in the in-home senior care business. We all know that Americans are getting older. Comfort Keepers provides care services like meal preparation, incidental transportation, and companionship which enables thousands of aging adults the ability to remain in their own homes and avoid selling it to pay for a nursing home.
Great Clips. People need their hair cut and they also need to save money. Great Clips can help them on both fronts. High-end salons are feeling the economic pinch but hair franchises continue to fill their seats. The Tutoring Club. When times are tough and parents feel financial pressures, their reminded of the value of education. The Tutoring Club helps their children to get the help the need and unlike private tutors, they guarantee their success, take
credit cards and even work with Sallie Mae to get tutoring loans.
United Check Cashing. Day in and day out people need to cash their paychecks and wire money. The express check cashing and money moving provided by these stores does not go out of style and their customers tend not to have established bank relationships.