Business Finance Junction – March 2013

Business Finance Junction – March 2013

Deciding factors for shopping commonly include price, quality or choice. Deciding factors for personal banking might be interest rates, additional services, convenience or, it seems from Sainsbury bank’s pre-tax operating profit increase of 40% last year, the loyalty card points. Ways to tap into potential customers: It is our business to quickly restore value-added infrastructures that [...]
Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction

The cautionary attitude of some lenders and landlords guarantees no access to properties for anyone on benefits – Full Stop.  A general circumnavigation of financial issues surrounding such a landlord market often supports the attitude of no interest for the landlord, similarly the financial people (lenders) usually root their perspective further along the chain to [...]
In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – February 2013

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – February 2013

Attitude Is Everything: Operate Like A Manager An opinion from a man who’s spent his life determining the making and saving of money in business, nine years from now `the major banks will be worth considerably more money than they are now'. Said Warren Buffett. Putting that aside, businesses of all size or type have [...]
Business Finance Junction – February 2013

Business Finance Junction – February 2013

According to the Accountant’s I’ve spoken with, HMRC’s deadline for self-assessment gets the papers flying around quicker than a pile of leaves covering a hedgehog who's spotted its first slug in 6 months, for those well-meaning businesses with a late-starter attitude in discovering the difference between paper shuffling and paper moving. It seems for some [...]
In Business: Notes to Connect the Dots – January 2013

In Business: Notes to Connect the Dots – January 2013

Welcome Back! We’ve Been Expecting You! It starts off good and then gets better.  I could be talking about life, a relationship, business or any combination of the three; each one can affect the other .....and none more so apparent than in my latest meeting with an old friend. We go back a long time [...]