Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan explores customer service policies that often annoy customers so, that they declare, “I’ll never shop there again.”
Nostalgia may be a “modern” craze, but there was a time when it was considered to be simply crazy. However, that opinion has changed in the last decade and a half, as science and more of society has discovered the benefits of memorabilia and nostalgia.
Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan discusses the importance of online marketing for the health of a business, and suggests a few simple steps to help you get started.
When it comes to owning collectibles an important rule is "know what you have." This can save you time, money and frustration, as Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan explains.
Antique Trader explores, among other topics, the fervor surrounding antique kitchen ware, brought on in part by PBS' hit show "Downton Abbey," in our June 26, 2013 digital issue
They say, in order to know where you're going you need to know where you've been. In his most recent installment of Behind the Gavel, columnist Wayne Jordan offers up advice for using profit centers to track your business' past and plan the present.
Columnist Wayne Jordan dishes up a host of helpful tips and insights about basic business accounting practices, to help you make the most of your business.
The debate over taxing Internet sales is ramping up once again, and Behind the Gavel columnist Wayne Jordan reviews the potential impacts on buyers and sellers.
As they say, nothing in life is fair, even when something has 'fair value' attached to it. In this installment of Behind the Gavel you gain a front row seat to the fair value debate.