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Re: PSD2 - BT (British Telecum) Offcum Openroach sez FSCKIT you ain't havin...

November 23, 2017, 8:22 pm

In Paris, all 2 million citizens have gigabit fibre internet. Investment In*vestment, n. 1. The act of investing, or the state of being invested. [1913 Webster] infrastructure n 1:... Read more »

Re: Brexshit budget says equal opportunity but BT (British Telecum) says fs...

November 23, 2017, 5:22 pm

Why did you have to repost all his crap and drivel? Read more »

Tax evasion, law and direct democracy UK

November 12, 2017, 7:53 pm

Tax evasion, law and direct democracy UK After the Paradise Papers and similar leaks, Britain can tackle tax avoida nce, says Prem Sikka. Iniref: For that we need stronger, citizen-led democracy ... Read more »

Question about shares

November 7, 2017, 10:44 pm

I know of a small company which has recently increased its share capital ve ry slightly by creating 100 shares at 1p each to two people which have no v oting rights and only a discretionary right t... Read more »

100% Financial BGs / SBLCs / LCs for Trade and Project Funding

October 30, 2017, 4:08 pm

Sir/Ma, We are project funder with our cutting edge and group capital fund we can help finance your signatory projects and help you to enhance your business plan, our financial instrument can be used... Read more »

BEWARE: Fake email from buiding society

October 25, 2017, 12:27 pm

I received an email today purporting to be from the Chelsea Building Society with the subject line We're making some important changes. It is very professional and at first I thought it was genuin... Read more »

Joint Account Tax Liability

September 20, 2017, 8:53 am

My dad has asked me to open a joint share dealing account with him, to help him buy and sell shares, using only his money. I will receive no payment or benefits from it. My question is, will I be... Read more »

Any benefits for employer taking on long term unemployed

August 21, 2017, 10:29 am

Some years ago, there were payments made to employers who took on long term unemployed, ie more than 6 months, for taking them on and then monthly payments after too. Do these still exist? I tho... Read more »

IAG Shares (ex-BA)

July 31, 2017, 8:52 am

As a UK born and resident national and ex-employee of the now Spanish-owned so-called British Airways I have some shares given to me many years ago. I t would be wdely known that IAG / BA refused ... Read more »


June 13, 2017, 9:28 pm

Anyone started getting ready to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into force next May 2018?? Read more »

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jTWScharts - FREE 7-day evaluation version available

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releasing jTWSdump for Interactive Brokers

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i've completed this new application jTWSdump which allows to download historical data from Interactive Brokers Trader Workstation: it has a graphical user in... Read more »

jTWSdump for Interactive Brokers

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I have updated the jTWSdump web-page with new information and examples. jTWSdump allows to download historical data from Interactive Brokers Trader Workstat... Read more »

jTWSdata for Interactive Brokers

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hi all, I've created a web-page for jTWSdata here: jTWSdata creates and updates data files real-time using Interactive Brokers historical data as the back-f... Read more »

Travel Insurance for the over 65s

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What a nightmare. All the insurance companies we have tried wont insure us now that we're over 65. We actually want a multi-trip worldwide policy (sans North America). We use d to insure with STA... Read more »

P800 calculation

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Today I received a P800 calculation from HMRC telling me I owe them £1 However, the calculation includes an £889 underpayment from 2014-15 wh ich I am currently paying back via a reduced tax code... Read more »

Contact for CCA on debit card

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Am I correct in thinking that I contact the payee to get these cancelled ? Thanks Daytona Read more »

Online insurance application - legal basis of unsigned contract ?

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Hi I've managed to double insure my property (buildings insurance) due in part to the lack of communication a new insurer (let's call them insurer B), meaning I renewed the existing insurance (A).... Read more »

How pedantic are banks?

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I've got a cheque here from an elderly lady dated Nov 13th 1940. Reckon the bank will accept it? -- Rescuers in Pakistan today reported rescuing a man from the rubble. They became aware when the... Read more »

When do you need to report capital gains on a sale of property?

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According to the HMRC website, you don't declare the sale of your main home on your tax return (because there's no tax to pay nor losses to claim) If you don't normally complete a tax return then ... Read more » is a site by and for consumers of financial services and advice. We are not affiliated with any of the banks, financial services or software manufacturers discussed here. All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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