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EasyNN-plus neural network software

April 19, 2014, 9:31 am

EasyNN-plus V17.0d is now available. The trial release is free to anyone who wants to try it. The full upgrade is free to anyone who already has a registered copy less than three months old. Old... Read more »

Re: A centre-left argument for flat tax - combined with CI it would be simp...

April 8, 2014, 10:07 am

On Sat, 05 Apr 2014 18:56:56 +0100, andy wainwright Tax avoidance is not related to the tax rate. It's about exceptions and collection. The problem with a flat tax rate is that it would shift the... Read more »

The name on a cheque

April 1, 2014, 6:03 pm

I don't know if this is on topic, apologies if not. I recently got a cheque (ELPS call it a 'warrant') from the Equitable Life Payment Scheme (lucky me!) and sent it off to my bank. But the bank ... Read more »

Pension Pots

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March 31, 2014, 11:56 am

There was a report by Paul Lewis on the Money Box programme concerning a tax-loophole where you can now put in money to a pension pot: the Government make a contribution: you then close the pot (pa... Read more »

Private Pensions - Budget

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March 26, 2014, 9:31 am

Say someone has no savings - but has say £30,000 in a private pension - and has less than full State pension entitlement - does this mean: Say this person who is unemployed, rather than buying a... Read more »

Great Freeware, Insights & Comments For Very High ROI

March 22, 2014, 1:16 pm

Great Freeware, Insights & Comments For Very High ROI There is no denser valuable material and useful tips. Read more »

Solicitors and estate administration

March 21, 2014, 9:35 am

Hi Not sure if anyone can help, but I thought I'd ask. Is it 'usual' for solicitors to hold on to monies received when handling estate administration until, for example, the fiscal year process... Read more »

Sick pay and LEL

March 20, 2014, 2:43 pm

Simple question, does sick pay contribute to income for NI purposes? Read more »

Wealth Preservation Trusts?

March 13, 2014, 4:49 pm

My wife and I went to a free seminar recently, run by a company selling Wealth Preservation Trusts The idea seems to be that if you each put your assets - such as half of your house and other in... Read more »

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March 13, 2014, 6:34 am

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Mortgage endowment complaint

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Can anyone advise on this please; I have been offered £15,698.44 (surrender value being £10,476.15) for an endowment policy from Friends Provident which I complained I was mis-sold. The policy ... Read more »


Independent Banking Advisory Service

Has anyone had any experience using this service or any similiar? Seem keen to want a help but want to charge up front which leaves me a bit suspicous. Any info would be appreciated John Read more »


Woolwich/Barclays OpenPlan Offset Tracker Mortgage

Hi All, I'm considering getting one of the above. I've seen several posts on this group suggesting that it is better to get the Offset Tracker mortgage through Barclays rather than the Wooli... Read more »


Sort Code

Hi, Is there anyway to find out which branch a sort code belongs to? The one I need at the moment is 30-84-41 TIA Read more »


Foreign accounts.

Does anyone have experience in setting up a bank account in a foreign country (in Europe, not US). Which is the best department to focus on - marketing, international banking, etc. Is it a hass... Read more »


How long will it take? Halifax > HSBC

Hi, How long will it take to transfer funds from a Halifax account to a HSBC account? The funds was sent this afternoon around 5:30pm Read more »


Tracker Mortgage Rate Cut Advice

Hi, I have a lifetime tracker mortgage with HSBC which states that they cannot charge me more than 1% over the BOE Base Rate. However, last month's half-percent rate cut has still not been passed ... Read more »