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I am surprised no Financial Planners are touting this scheme yet

As far as I can see its nailed on

6% a month wouldn't have been great in the old Zimbabwe dollar.

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6% a month wouldn't have been great in the old Zimbabwe dollar.

How about a link?

Today I had my one-to-one with my manager. I requested that I am paid in housing units and stock from now on, the pound seems pretty useless.

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Today I had my one-to-one with my manager. I requested that I am paid in housing units and stock from now on, the pound seems pretty useless.

I worked in one of the banks, I took a fat daily rate. Their fulltime staff were happily subscribing to their share scheme, 10% below market price or whatever it was.

A few months later, share price is down 95% and my cash, while somewhat devalued, at least buys me a part-share in a stabby flat in Stabsville.

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Today I had my one-to-one with my manager. I requested that I am paid in housing units and stock from now on, the pound seems pretty useless.

Sounds a good idea, though the £ is based on the brick standard, as opposed to the gold standard.

Is this one of those, 'the banks won't lend, so we need to sucker retail into our worthless bonds' scheme?

Edited by aSecureTenant

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I am surprised no Financial Planners are touting this scheme yet

As far as I can see its nailed on

But if I don't buy a property, I won't be able to put my stamp on it ...

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But if I don't buy a property, I won't be able to put my stamp on it ...

And bang goes any chance of both kerb appeal and the Wow!Factor....

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Are we talking 2nd class stamps?

I got a dozen last week, I'm sitting pretty. So I'm going to SEW and get some more.

And we have a winner. 50p today, 53p as of March 1

Unfortunately you can't just cash them in, you pretty much have to use them or sell them on at the new face value

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View Post M21er, on 28 February 2014 - 02:22 PM, said:

But if I don't buy a property, I won't be able to put my stamp on it ...

And bang goes any chance of both kerb appeal and the Wow!Factor....

I'd worry about buying a property being like getting a 'Kerb Stomp'

Edited by Saving For a Space Ship

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