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“ What law do you think Century21 has broken? It's pretty obvious that don9999 isn't going to invest his money with them, all he said was that it may be "legal", and it probably is. He didn't say it was a good investment. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72195650#post72195650" rel="nofoll...

“ Sadly it has today been confirmed in the budget small print that the MPAA will be cut from £10K TO £4K. The cap DOES apply to you as whether you take any income or not you have put your DC pension into drawdown. Bit of a b*gger isnt it, I'm in the same position as you BTW. Rob <a href="/s...

I thought I had got to grips with all of this but IÂ’ve now discovered another twist. I understand that if you are over the LTA as you approach BCE5A, you canÂ’t reduce your fund below LTA by purchasing a life time annuity with the excess because you get caught with BCE4. However reading the second ...

“ With a regular investment plan you can purchase shares for the reduced dealing commission of just £2.00 per trade and invest from as little as £20 per month (minimum investment of £5 per stock). Simply set-up an investment plan on one of four set dates each month and we'll do the rest. T...

“ Corlys - it's probably a drop in the ocean but I suppose maintaining a company avoids it shrinking and losing jobs, if the company actually created jobs. It's up to the company when it wants to reap rewards of rising share prices <a href="/showthread.php?p=72223041#post72223041" rel="nofoll...

“ The last time SL tried to pinch business from me by saying they could cut out the middle man, they ended up offering the client lesser terms than I could get. They can factor their costs into the product to make it more expensive than the whole of market version. Using an intermediary provi...

“ Coryls - you don't believe that companies can take advantage of rising share prices by issuing new stock? And that buying we are increasing bid prices? <a href="/showthread.php?p=72222185#post72222185" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by MatthewAinsworth &rdqu...

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