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Only joking, you filthy chavs aren't getting a penny of it. But perhaps you can advise me how best to "use" this money (invest it somehow, not just piss it away). I don't need to touch it (I hope), since I have about £2000 safety net in cash and current accounts and I also just about earn enough to cover my monthly outgoings.

It's currently just sitting there split between three useless low-interest accounts, and has been for the last 10-20 years, actually.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.
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*see thread title*

:teeth: CLICK

*read thread post*

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I'm in the same position so I decided to incorporate a holdings company, if you're interested I can send you info on it.
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You sir, are an obvious troll.

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Good day :hat2:
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Well I have just started u a nice pyramid scheme. You give me the money I leave to Mexico I invest it and you get big big return
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(Original post by cttp_ngaf)
Only joking, you filthy chavs aren't getting a penny of it. But perhaps you can advise me how best to "use" this money (invest it somehow, not just piss it away). I don't need to touch it (I hope), since I have about £2000 safety net in cash and current accounts and I also just about earn enough to cover my monthly outgoings.

It's currently just sitting there split between three useless low-interest accounts, and has been for the last 10-20 years, actually.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.
You can try investing for your funeral, kind sir
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10-20 years?

u really need a financial advisor as you have no idea how to manage money
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(Original post by Dumpynose)
I'm in the same position so I decided to incorporate a holdings company, if you're interested I can send you info on it.
How do I go about doing this? Whats the best way to start?
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10-20 years?

u really need a financial advisor as you have no idea how to manage money
I'm inclined to agree although if a financial advisor figures out you don't have a clue about how to manage money I'm sure he'd/she'd be inclined to cream you for it.
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How do I go about doing this? Whats the best way to start?
To incorporate a generic company or to do what I'm doing?
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the internet tells me u should put it on forex and watch it turn to 0 just for laughs!
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£10k on black.

If you win, you double your money.

I'll take a 10% cut for my suggestion.
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(Original post by Ocassus)
You sir, are an obvious troll.

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Why an obvious troll?

10,000 isn't unreasonable to have at our age (16-25)

he seems to ask for advice normally


what grounds?


I would say invest it in a medium growth fund, somewhere like hargreaves lansdown, invesco perpetual, cazenove ? give it a go lol
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Pyramid schemes are really your best option, as long as there is someone below you in the pyramid, you make money. So to make money you have to invest right away! No delays...
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(Original post by Dumpynose)
I'm inclined to agree although if a financial advisor figures out you don't have a clue about how to manage money I'm sure he'd/she'd be inclined to cream you for it.
very true.. i'd do the same if i was the advisor lol
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Buy scratchcards.
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I will have you know, that I am no chav
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Why an obvious troll?

10,000 isn't unreasonable to have at our age (16-25)

he seems to ask for advice normally


what grounds?


I would say invest it in a medium growth fund, somewhere like hargreaves lansdown, invesco perpetual, cazenove ? give it a go lol
I don't know if you have checked out the provocative nature of this guys OP, and all of his past posts? It kind of counts against him...

And students are notoriously poor.
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(Original post by Dumpynose)
To incorporate a generic company or to do what I'm doing?
Yh I was wondering if you could tell me how I can go about incorporating some holdings in a company. Thanks
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very true.. i'd do the same if i was the advisor lol
This is why it is very difficult to trust a financial advisor or any who purely provides financial services as it likely (but never certain) that the only reason they are in it is for money & who do they make their money from? Their clients. The commission they charge on pension schemes for example is absolutely criminal and it's in their best interests to do so.

Which is exactly why I'm doing it my way.
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