Chatting about the concept of “Continuous Engagement”

In August I sat down with Steve Major from Pricing Power and we chatted about a concept that has been evolving called “Continuous Engagement”. Listen to the interview here https://pricingpower.net/james-solomons/

Tips on getting paid faster….

Earlier this month some of my expert tips on getting paid faster were featured in an article written by Cathy Anderson from Huffington Post. Cathy liked them so much she immediately implemented them in her own small business…. I confess I've started following @JamesSolomonsCA's advice to keep a tight accounting ship with @gingerbcontent. https://t.co/GnwnuAWxXBContinue reading “Tips on getting paid faster….”

Using the new financial year to help your business get ahead

The new financial year is the perfect time to reset, re-evaluate and prepare for the year ahead. As a business, you would have recently closed off your books for the last financial year so most of what you need to know about your business is readily available to you. You’re in a great position toContinue reading “Using the new financial year to help your business get ahead”

Five resolutions to kick off the new financial year

Cloud software can help you track which customer segments are spending most, influencing where your marketing focus should be as you expand in the new financial year. The flurry of activity that is EOFY should have died down by now, making it the ideal time for small-business owners to take a retrospective look at howContinue reading “Five resolutions to kick off the new financial year”

Federal Budget 2016 – Reflection

The Federal Budget has been and gone for 2016 and as we knew, it was going to be an “election” budget. Purposeful is the term I used to describe it and in my opinion its a shame that a budget will pass by for another year without there being any major benefit for anyone. SoContinue reading “Federal Budget 2016 – Reflection”

International Accounting Day 2015

International Accounting Day dates back to 10 November 1494 when a book describing the Venetian system of double-entry bookkeeping, written by Italian mathematician and Franciscan friar Luca Pacioli, was published.  Pacioli described the use of journals and ledgers, and warned that a person should not go to sleep at night until the debits equalled the credits.Continue reading “International Accounting Day 2015”