Tuesday, Mar 24, 2015

If it's your pension, why is spending it out of the question?

Moneyweek: Getting lucky in the property market is not ‘providing for a long retirement’

Art critic Brian Sewell writes about this fear of a mansion tax. His house is his pension! Well in that case the mansion tax is no threat because a pension is an income and to turn a house into that you sell it. Tw#t

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1. clockslinger said...

Brian, my heart bleeds dah-ling. All the same you were an ART critic, FFS! Now, if you have a limited IQ and happen to be a member of the Windsor family, fair enough, it's a career choice. But as you're not from the right gene pool, and didn't have the professional spark to buy a few Sell-Cotman watercolours, a bit of Murakami tat, or (at your age) a Hockney or two a few years back, then just be glad you're not pimping that very unattractive, but posh,ass down in your local Wimbledon "cottage" (vernacular, not architectural use intended.)
You could have always got a job as an occupational therapist in public sector if you like drawing n'shit, then you could have bought a modest suburban terrace and been sorted with the enormous public sector pension! Ask any Mail reader.

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