Brightway Insurance announces new agency ownership option with $5,000 franchise fee. Learn more.
*Your results as a new franchisee may differ. There is no assurance that you will sell as much.
The claims the median tenured Brightway franchise makes $249,994 in pre-tax operating profit, the top 25% of tenured Brightway franchisees make an average pre-tax operating profit of $425,577 and the top-performing tenured Brightway franchise makes $1,311,494 in pre-tax operating profit can be found in Table 3 of Item 19 of Brightway Insurance Inc.’s Franchise Disclosure Document issued April 15, 2020, which includes results for 64 franchisees during the 2019 year that had been open for five or more years as of December 31, 2019. Of the 16 Top 25% Brightway Locations presented in Table 3, 7 (44%) exceeded the Top 25% Average Pre-Tax Operating Profit.
The claim that Brightway Agencies make more than self-employed individuals is based on comparing the Pre-Tax Operating Profit figures presented in Table 3 with the median income for individuals who were self-employed, as reported by the United States Small Business Profile 2019, U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Advocacy, and calculated using information from 30.7 million small businesses in the United States. Table 3 shows a median Pre-Tax Operating Profit of $249,994 and an Average Pre-Tax Operating Profit of $425,577 for the Top 25% of Brightway Agencies open for at least five years, and the median income reported in the study described above is $51,419.
The claim half of all Brightway locations with Books of Business over $10 million, are owned and operated by people with no prior insurance background can be found in Table 1 of Item 19 of Brightway Insurance Inc.’s Franchise Disclosure Document issued April 12, 2019, which shows the Annualized Premium of the 142 Included Locations for the 2018 calendar year. The 142 Included Locations in Table 1 were open for more than 12 months as of December, 31, 2018. This Table provides a snapshot of the size of the book of business associated with each of the Included Locations, which is a commonly-referenced metric used in the insurance industry to determine agency size.
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