Monday, July 14, 2014

Last throw of the dice?

New family loans

This reminds me of the 99 year mortgages in Japan just before the collapse of property prices a mortgage you could have for life! And pass on to your kids....end must be close now

Posted by taffee @ 09:22 AM (3365 views)
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7 thoughts on “Last throw of the dice?

  • Funny, if a company offers a subsidised / guaranteed loan, it’s counted as Benefit in Kind and taxed. So once again, just so long as you don’t actually work for it, there’s no punishing tax.

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  • Benefit in kind can be tax free and avoid inheritance tax. This, along with allowing folk to cash in their pensions, will add to the housing boom, since the only places to go are equities and property. Particularly when commodities are slumping.

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  • since the only places to go are equities and property

    equities hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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  • The prices of equities keeps going up. However, the earnings are dropping. In “the old days” it would be time to sell. These days, when prices are being manipulated on a daily basis “who knows”.. …

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  • @alan – just like houses.

    Earnings (real) are still going down, whiklst prices are going up. All manipulated by centeral banks (FFL) and centeral government. If governmnet stepped back from rigging markets then the whole lot comes tumbling back to normality.

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  • The prices of equities keeps going up. However, the earnings are dropping. In “the old days” it would be time to sell. These days, when prices are being manipulated on a daily basis “who knows”.. …

    The vix sums it all up. The market is DEAD, with prices at an all time high!

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