Owning a Taco Bell franchise can be a business, but it does have some initial financial requirements. To open a single mexican fast food location, the company requires that potential franchisees have liquid assets of at least $250,000.
Taco Bell's franchisee startup costs are similar to those of R Taco (formerly Rusty Taco).
Taco Bell falls under the 'food', 'high capital' and 'multi unit and area developer' franchise categories. Across these multiple categories, it is further subcategorized under 'fast food' and 'mexican food'.
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|Under $50K||$50 - 100K||Over $100K|
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|Agreement Term||20 years|
|Incorporated Name||Taco Bell Corp.|
|Industry||Quick Service Restaurant (QSR)|
|Industry Subcategory||Mexican Fast Food|
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