In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – May 2015

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – May 2015

Heckling A Comedian Never Works Out As the campaign trail days are almost through (or might actually be through by the time you read this) I’m curious to know if the hecklers that politicians face are the same as those who take on comedians. Either way, unless there’s a hung parliament to extend the haggling, [...]
Business Finance Junction – May 2015

Business Finance Junction – May 2015

The Fixed Rate mortgage hit a record low of 1.09% from the Co-op Bank for those with a 40% deposit. According to the latest building society index, Annual House Price Growth was up, to 5.2%  in April from 5.1% in March, with the average price of a home at £193,048. TSB is to close 17 branches before [...]
In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – April 2015

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – April 2015

How Productive Are You?   `There is still a demand for the right property at the right price' as the enlightening phrase I read in a recent piece about property prices. This, hot on the heels of the edifying note in the BoE minutes that, all its policymakers were `expecting interest rates to rise over [...]
In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – March 2015

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – March 2015

Being a Business Owner is a Precarious Business: Spend Your Money Wisely More businesses were started last year than ever before; apparently there was more than one a minute taking on the challenges of business owner. There’s plenty `5 easy steps to starting a business' type of information around but those of you staring down at [...]
In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – February 2015

In Business: Notes To Connect The Dots – February 2015

Accounting The Cost Of Being Outside In The Cold   Have you read the health headlines lately? Apparently everything is going to get us at some time or another. The one that had us laughing was a warning to stay warm for the big freeze. All too often the simple pleasures, conveniences and familiarities, which seem [...]