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Caesium

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  1. I'm guessing he was referring to this: http://www.nationwideinternational.com/accounts/accounts_euro_glance.htm
  2. I don't know if it was his advice personally or he was just passing on something he heard, but one of the more ridiculous money saving tips I've seen on there is to fill the car up at night, as the fuel pumps are calibrated by volume, so when it's cold you'll get a little bit more..
  3. I missed this and don't normally watch GMTV - anyone know if they repeat stuff all morning like BBC Breakfast do?
  4. Council tax bands in England are set on a houses valuation in 1991 (2003 for Wales), not current prices. So it'll have no bearing.
  5. http://www.statistics.gov.uk/articles/nojo...basket_2006.pdf
  6. If you don't mind me asking, is this physical gold you're talking? Where do you trade that isn't subject to a 5% markup/down on the spot price? I've been holding onto a chunk of physical for a few months now, but even after some fairly significant rises from my buying price, the markup that Chard would take haven't made it worth selling. I need to see at least a 10% rise in gold before I can even start thinking about coming out up. Is there a better way to do this? Or are your discussions centered around something like GoldMoney, instead, where the markup is (presumably, haven't checked?) lower?
  7. Frankly for the price of a washer, if the LL had already disagreed with me I'd just sort it out myself. I'd prefer to keep good relations with my LL than fall out over 50p.
  8. Just found you guys via the news.bbc link, definitely one of the more interesting forums I've spent my afternoon reading! Looking forward to reading a sound unbiased view of the property market for a change So hello everyone, nice to be here
  9. 40k deposit on a £214,950 bungalow in North Yorkshire for my recent FTB, and I thought I'd done pretty well to put down that much.
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