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Is it worth going for Verified By Visa by davey
Is it worth going for Verified By Visa? I mean is it safer for me in case my card details get leaked by some web trader? But I've heard a few grumbles about it. What's opinions are there?
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December 18th 09 09:47 AM
by David Woolley[_2_] Go to last post
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Another way to save by joanna213
You must find ways to lock down access to your cash in a safe but still effective way and definitely or should i say preferably in Canada. I used to trade but it was too tedious and there are many alternatives. Normally I would trade and return maybe 7 or 8 percent, not consistently of course, but...
December 17th 09 11:54 PM
by joanna213 Go to last post
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1.50 SMS scam - T-Mobile's part by Peter Saxton
I sent this letter to my MP today: "On 4 December 2009 I received my T-Mobile bill and I was shocked to see an extra 18.20 charged for "Services from other companies". The mobile phone number 07XXX XXX XXX (used by my wife) had been charged for texts received at a rate of 1.50 per call. In the...
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December 17th 09 03:52 PM
by Peter Saxton Go to last post
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Tax for a small company and relocating to the Isle of Man by Peter Sinclair
I am the director and my wife the secretary of a small private company limited by shares that makes specialised optical equipment. Apart from the two of us, we have no permanent employees and subcontract all manufacturing work to third parties. About half of the company's income is generated from...
December 17th 09 10:30 AM
by Theodore[_2_] Go to last post
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Relationships between Marginal Cost and Average Cost (CFA Video) by johnbernke
http://minute-class.com/finance/relationships-between-marginal-cost-and-average-cost-cfa-video/
December 16th 09 09:13 AM
by johnbernke Go to last post
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"Levelling"? by robert
I have received some money paid in to my current account. The description was MY FULL NAME LEVELLING I contacted my bank for more details of what it was - they said it originated from sort code 30-96-34 and gave me an account number. As far as I know I have no accounts at Lloyds (it's their...
December 15th 09 01:22 PM
by robert Go to last post
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Results by STEPHEN
Is there a site were i can follow today's final results. BBC used to produce the results but now the change over that's disappeared
December 13th 09 01:58 PM
by Daytona Go to last post
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PAYE employment by Eric Shune[_2_]
Person A has been running his own business for 22 years and is selling up. He has been offered 5 years of (PAYE) work by an old customer. Person A considers this his final stint of employment and considers 60 years of age the right time to call it a day and retire. Person A already has 1...
December 12th 09 02:19 PM
by neverwas[_3_] Go to last post
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Censorship? SPAM? All info on credit repair is "must pay" by AU1:vm
Having done a thorough Google search for "loopholes" on Comsumer Credit Debt nearly all the sites I find seem to say "There are no loopholes, just Pay Up". Whilst I can believe that a lot of so-called loopholes may be fake, I am surprised by the overwhelming preponderance of "Just Pay Up" sites....
December 12th 09 02:11 PM
by Ronald Raygun Go to last post
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HSBC courting us by Peter Burke[_2_]
I own a small limited company and currently bank with Bank of Scotland, they are handy for us with nearby branches but charges are up and the level of service has dropped with our 'dedicated manager' now just being someone in a call centre. HSBC are now agressively chasing us to switch with...
December 10th 09 06:12 PM
by Martin[_4_] Go to last post
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We need a smile so by Eric Shune[_2_]
after all that text scam emailing I thought I would add this to cheer everyone up on this damp dark day. My Audi was in for MOT this morning and I received THE call. Operative: I am sorry to say but you car has failed the MOT. Me: Oh no, anything serious. Operative: The air freshener hanging...
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December 10th 09 11:21 AM
by Martin[_4_] Go to last post
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Royal Bank of Scotland directors threaten to resign if thegovernment stops them paying the bonuses they consider appropriate. by Culex (The Infamous Culex)
On Dec 3, 5:14*am, Mike Ross wrote: On Thu, 03 Dec 2009 01:17:32 +0000, Alasdair wrote: Here, the greedy bank bosses are at it again http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8392147.stm Why do the current shower of bank bosses think that they...
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December 9th 09 01:40 PM
by Mark[_10_] Go to last post
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A few questions re bankruptcy by Stephen2
I'm considering going to court on Monday to petition for bankruptcy. I have approx 50000 of personal debt split among 4 debtors. I'm on jobseekers allowance but do some part time teaching & concierge work on an irregular basis, both jobs pay small hourly rate. I have a current account & flex...
December 7th 09 05:10 PM
by AU1:vm Go to last post
2 241
Recommend an insurance policy for using high value test equipment? by Joe[_15_]
I will be borrowing some high value test equipment for about a week. This may occur a few times over the course of the year. The equipment itself costs about 100k. I am looking for an insurance policy that would cover accidental damage or loss of the equipment over the short periods it is in...
December 7th 09 10:48 AM
by robbiefoster2012 Go to last post
2 222
Safe funds by Eric Shune[_2_]
How much can we safely hold in our accounts at the banks. Guaranteed to be paid back if they go TU.
December 4th 09 07:38 PM
by Jonathan Bryce[_2_] Go to last post
2 190
Shareholder in BP or Shell? by FairPensions
Are you bothered by what Shell and now BP are getting up to in Canada? Oil Sands are neither environmentally nor socially sustainable but for investors the immediate question is whether sinking money into oil sands make good business sense in the short, medium or long term. FairPensions is...
December 3rd 09 04:52 PM
by FairPensions Go to last post
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Tax deductible expenses... by John Smith[_7_]
I've been told by a friend of mine that she pays approximately hundred pounds annually in essential membership fees as part of her professional accreditation for work - I've told her that she can probably claim these back as tax deductible expenses - how far back can these go, and how should...
December 2nd 09 08:47 PM
by tim.... Go to last post
1 200
Latest "anti-fraud" measure? by Mark[_10_]
When I was in a shop yesterday the assistant said he had to carry out two transactions with C&P on my card for fraud prevention. He first charged me 1 (which he claimed was refunded) and then charged me the full amount in a separate transaction. It look ages. If I could find the product...
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December 2nd 09 08:30 PM
by Clifford Frisby Go to last post
20 932
Taxation on savings by NB
If you have a fixed term savings account lets say 1 year starting November but you don't get the final interest until the following November, in which year is the interest deemed to accrue? Is it the year in which it's paid or should it be split between both tax years even if you don't actually...
December 2nd 09 05:27 PM
by GSV Three Minds in a Can Go to last post
3 280
Final salary pension schemes. by mick
When a company announces, as Vodafone did this week, that it is closing its final salary pension scheme to existing members. Does this mean that members who have already retired and are drawing their pensions will move to an alternative, and most likely inferior scheme. Or just employees who are...
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December 2nd 09 04:18 PM
by FactoringCompany Go to last post
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