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Nationwide turns my cash into a cheque to pay myself by johngood_____
Today i paid in some cash at abbey national and halifax into my credit card accounts. When i went to do the same at Nationwide they said they were transferring my cash into a *cheque* and then would be paying it into my credit card account. And.....it would take up to three days to clear. I...
September 24th 08 03:14 PM
by andypandy Go to last post
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name on title deeds stopping pension? by john d hamilton
Our son is soon to get a mortgage to buy his own flat and also expects to get married in a year or so. We have seen others having the unfortunate experience of loosing most of their savings after a divorce. Since the divorce rate is so high these days, we thought if I or my wife were put down...
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September 24th 08 12:59 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Some live without credit cards -- could you? by Mishi
Some live without credit cards -- could you? How and why 25 percent of Americans live a cash-only life Is there life without credit cards? And if so, is it worth living? In today's instant gratification world, the thought of forgoing credit cards in favor of a cash-only lifestyle seems as foreign...
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September 24th 08 08:45 AM
by Stephen2 Go to last post
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The truth about the slump by thedarkman
http://www.rosenoire.org/misc/ramu.php or www.financialreform.20m.com/f_r_ramu.html it may be satire but it makes a serious point ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
September 24th 08 01:18 AM
by thedarkman Go to last post
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Latest Forecast On SPY (Sept. 22, 2008) & Market Commentary by ForecastS.Com
Some were expecting the multi-billion bailout plan to sustain the market for one more day, since the negative reading last Friday had subsided a bit from that of Thursday. But clearly the market was not bullish, but waiting to see what effect the big bailout plan would have. On Friday, many...
September 23rd 08 09:55 PM
by ForecastS.Com Go to last post
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Intelligent Finance Warning by John Rivers
Intelligent Finance have serious IT issues DO NOT USE THEM you will enter a customer service nightmare of lost money etc. DO NOT USE INTELLIGENT FINANCE they have been trying to fix one problem involving a large sum of my money for three months
September 23rd 08 01:24 PM
by John Rivers Go to last post
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VAT receipts - what to do with illegible and/or incorrect ones? by [email protected]
I have been running my own small business and doing the VAT returns for 20 years or so without serious problems. I had one routine VAT inspection in my early years and they "tidied up" a few things but that was all. I'm increasingly having problems with illegible and incorrectly dated VAT...
September 23rd 08 10:47 AM
by PeterSaxton Go to last post
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a lwyer explains the collapse by thedarkman
http://www.sendspace.com/file/lo1au0 and something I wrote years ago http://www.rosenoire.org/misc/ramu.php
September 23rd 08 02:38 AM
by thedarkman Go to last post
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Another VAT question by [email protected]
Does the presence of a VAT registration number on a receipt mean that VAT has been charged? I.e. can I reclaim VAT on (in this particular case) car parking if the car parking ticket has the VAT registration number of the car parking company on it? I think it conforms to the rules in that it's a...
September 22nd 08 07:13 PM
by PeterSaxton Go to last post
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Where do govt. "cash injections" come from? by pete
With all these rescues and injections of liquidity, I got to wondering where all this money comes from. Does the govt. just create more, or does it come from reserves or other budgets? Presumably if they just make more money to bail out someone, this just adds to overall inflation? Pete
September 22nd 08 05:29 PM
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September 22nd 08 12:15 AM
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Post Office Instant Saver by DerekF
Does anyone have a Post Office Instant Saver account? They have been well advertised for the past couple of years. They paid a decent interest rate plus a 1% bonus for the first year. It is run for the Post Office by the Bank of Ireland. We each opened an account but as the bonus period ran out we...
September 20th 08 10:21 AM
by DerekF Go to last post
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LLoyds TSB set to merge with HBOS by Section
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7622180.stm LLoyds TSB is to merge with HBOS, creating a banking giant which will hold a third of the UK's savings and mortgage market.
September 20th 08 09:40 AM
by Mike Scott Go to last post
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Deposit protection in UK banks by Colonel Colt[_3_]
I am currently in the process of distributing my liquid assets in such a way that I don't hold more than £35,000 in any one account. How can I make absolutely sure that a bank I choose is definitely covered by the government's deposit guarantee. To start with, I am planning to distribute over...
September 19th 08 10:16 PM
by Chris Lawrence[_2_] Go to last post
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Halifax Tracker Mortgage - Base rate plus 0.25% - will this changewith recent take over? by [email protected]
I've got a mortgage with IF.com (Halifax) which is gauranteed to be 0.25% above the BoE base rate for 4 years. ....my question is, now that Halifax has been taken over do the new owners have to honor the terms of the orriginal mortgage contract or can they just make it up as they see fit? I'm...
September 19th 08 08:39 PM
by Jonathan Bryce[_2_] Go to last post
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The great ponzi scheme collapses at last by thedarkman
I wrote this back in the 90s, never has it been more relevant than today; http://www.financialreform.20m.com/f_r_ramu.html or http://www.rosenoire.org/misc/ramu.php it is basically an update and reworking of Salvation Island
September 19th 08 10:10 AM
by thedarkman Go to last post
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Why did the central banks need to inject money? by Graham Murray
Why did the central banks need to inject money into 'the money supply' as a result of the global drop in share prices? Surely the amount of currency in circulation - ie the sum of all the amounts deposited in banks and cash in people's pockets - is not affected by share prices. Individuals and...
September 19th 08 09:27 AM
by John[_21_] Go to last post
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dependence of finance sector by BigGirlsBlouse
Some time ago I posted here to try to understand why we have a balance of payments surplus when we dont make anything anymore... and you learned people replied that we didn't need manufacturing industry or mining anymore because the "City of London ruled the world" ... well that was the jist of...
September 19th 08 07:21 AM
by Nick[_9_] Go to last post
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"Someone Has Made a Fortune. I Hope They are Held to Account" by St Georges Day April 23rd
On 18 September 2008, a Halifax and Royal Bank of Scotland employee, upon hearing that the bank was to be taken over by Lloyds TSB, said this to a Times reporter: Quote: Someone out there has made a fortune from all this. When the dust settles, I JUST HOPE THEY’RE GOING TO BE HELD TO ACCOUNT FOR...
September 19th 08 06:47 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Does claiming unfair bank charges apply to business accounts by Ken
As the heading can I ask for my money back. Ken
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September 18th 08 05:20 PM
by Ken Go to last post
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