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“ The tax year has nothing to do with it, the cost is the cost regardless of when they were acquired <a href="/showthread.php?p=72237608#post72237608" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by ColdIron ” Understood, thanks. My assumption was using up as much as ...

“ we have been tracking the overall average price of the pool as we add cost when buying and remove cost when selling. <a href="/showthread.php?p=72237115#post72237115" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by bowlhead99 ” Thank you for the clear explanation. S...

If you reinvest dividends throughout the tax year and thus increase the number of shares... eg buy 1000 shares in April at price A, have 4 dividends through the year total 40 extra shares. Sell 500 shares of 1040 total next March at price B to use up allowance. Is gain simply 500 x (price A - price ...

There is an old adage that time in the market beats timing the market. Therefore there is no point keeping cash at today's meagre rates just waiting for a crash. That is not the same as not having a cash emergency fund, full pension, full ISA every year etc. I don't really know where you could "...

Pull yourself together. You had the money to cope easily, in time it can get back to where it was. How bad would it be if you didn't have the money to get you out of a jam such as this? That is what the money was for, unforeseen life happenings where you can carry on as normal rather than having a d...

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