Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Do you plan to accept a pay cut this year?

Do you plan to accept a pay cut this year?

MoneyMorning's John Stepek examines the latest inflation figures and how they are likely to affect wage demands and next month's interest rate decision.

Posted by mary @ 11:37 AM (561 views)
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4 thoughts on “Do you plan to accept a pay cut this year?

  • Bugger that. All the people who’ve made a mint being part-time property developers can take a pay cut. I earn my money the hard way and am working towards a 10k pay rise in a few months.

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  • Will pay cut make it quicker and easier for me to by a house? Well if that ok with the government, I’ll be working towards maximum pay rise thank you.

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  • Being self employed I upped my fees last year by 23% and not a single customer has complained and the work has not dropped off. If you are a skilled worker and you can do it stick two fingers up to your employer and go freelance. This will have a positive on your finances and encourage him to pay his remaining staff more. Why should working people bail out Gordon & Tony, if we all up our prices, including Tesco we can have Laurel and Hardy booted out of No10 & 11. Up the Revolution!

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  • Blindleadtheblind says:

    Im all for a pay cut to help out our great country. So long as my bonus is in line with the ‘city’ bonuses just paid out, what was it again… over 4000 individuals getting over £1Mill. No inflation or ethical worries there then eh!

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