It doesn’t matter if you sell a product or a service, a small discount can have a big effect on your finances you may find surprising.
We’ve all been there – you can almost smell the sale, but the buyer is holding out for a little sweetener.
You know the line: ‘I really want to buy, but I need you to get just a little closer to what I can spend”, or “Come on, we both know you’ve got some leeway in the price – let’s do a deal”.
Added by Neil Canty on December 16, 2013 at 12:20 — No Comments
Here's another great little list I found and would like to share with you. It's from The Huffington Post Blog, and it chimes with many of my own convictions about what works in networking... [read the whole thing here...]
1. Be discriminating. There are countless events to attend from Chamber business card exchanges to professional development…Continue
Added by Keith Grover, NiS Founder on December 13, 2013 at 13:00 — No Comments
Car leasing options are attractive if you’re looking to pay fixed monthly costs at an amount lower than the sums you’d be paying under either a credit agreement or a hire purchase option. You are essentially paying to use the car for a fixed period. You are also generally tied to a fixed mileage limit (although this can usually be extended upon payment of an additional charge). Leasing is popular with drivers who like the idea of running a new car every few years and who do not want to be…Continue
Added by Andrew Kirkley on December 12, 2013 at 8:35 — No Comments
People who are divorced, or those whose relationship has broken down, are being penalised because many mortgage lenders don’t accept child support as income, meaning that they could be forced to keep their ex’s name on the mortgage, or be denied a mortgage altogether.
Two lenders, don’t accept child support payments as part of a borrower’s income at all.
Two others don’t generally accept child support as income, but say they will look at applications on a…Continue
Added by Mark Williams on December 11, 2013 at 11:10 — No Comments