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How To Beat Tough Times: Money Watch - Part Deux

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FFS buying a caravan with the money they've "saved".

Genius.

Idiots, with that £6000 they would have paid of a massive chunk of their mortgage, considering their inital payments were only £250 the mortgage cannot be very big.

£5million of lending on a £20K salary for the next bloke. I am really glad my naff all interest on my money in the bank is letting this effing greedy aresholes away scotfree....

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:o that couple's mortgage went down from £458 to £58 a month.

How annoying that the savers are being robbed though.

Good to see FP is making an appearance again this week.

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Ok. Blood boiling some BTL numpty is on. 20k salary borrowed £5 Million to build his empire.

:angry:

And they are treating him with sympathy...

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If you want to find your retirement through BTL you might buy 2-3 properties.

Buying 100 properties with £5.5m borrowed is greed pure and simple.

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Oh, I love the BBC telling us how to cut costs. How about not paying the TV licence?

Apparently it's very popular.

Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/bbc/7889470/The-real-rate-of-BBC-licence-fee-evasion-is-shocking.html

Yet careful reading of the BBC’s latest Annual Report reveals a very different state of affairs

[some assumptions/calculations]

...so the total evasion rate was 22 per cent, and the successful evasion rate was 19.5 per cent.

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Woo hoo! Now they're promoting bankrupcy. Nice.

...and dropping out all together and going and living in a field. Cuttlefish toothpaste I hear you say? Why not!

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...and dropping out all together and going and living in a field. Cuttlefish toothpaste I hear you say? Why not!

Got to say the hairdresser swapping a haircut for cooking lessons had me shouting at the TV, ffs money is a means of exchange. You haven't beaten the "man" by bartering instead :angry:

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So how would the BBC fare if it was cast into the wild then?

I personally do not like many of their programmes and would not pay if i had the choice, but some of their stuff is very popular

and the back catalogue must be a bit of a money spinner.

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You mean if I pay the license fee I have to cover for all those others who don't pay!? Sod that!

I had someone round about 3 years ago and he asked if he could come in and check my living room. I know I didn't have to but it saved time.

Anyway, subscription is the answer.

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:o that couple's mortgage went down from £458 to £58 a month.

How annoying that the savers are being robbed though.

Good to see FP is making an appearance again this week.

What did he say? Was it about houses or general stuff?

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