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Benzema9
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within 2 years what would you spend it on?
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An amateur football club.
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Car insurance, driving lessons,car road tax,mot,
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Is investment allowed or nah? I really have nothing to spend 20 grand on at this stage of my life
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TSR and also 9996 Euromillions tickets
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Tuition fees and accommodation costs for uni.

Woosh, gone in a few clicks.
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Hmm. I'd probably invest half and spend the other half on shallow things that I've wanted for a while. :lol:
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Using an averaging system of dividing the £20,000 by a certain number of months, such that I have X amount of money in a given period during the year. By dividing it I can purchase some fine grade A hookers in the 2 year time period.
Perhaps even make it rain slightly with what I have left.
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Gold. Lots of it.

Then sell it as and when I need the money. Problem solved.
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I'm an expert investor, so would most likely double or triple it within ~6months...
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An amazing year travelling and the left overs on important boring stuff for the future. Ha
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I'd be really reckless and "buy" study towards another degree.
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(Original post by BobbyFlay)
Using an averaging system of dividing the £20,000 by a certain number of months, such that I have X amount of money in a given period during the year. By dividing it I can purchase some fine grade A hookers in the 2 year time period.
Perhaps even make it rain slightly with what I have left.
Scratch my previous cop out answer, grade a hookers it is
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Couple of grand on a good holiday next year, rest towards the house deposit.
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Porscheeeeeeee

I need to save £31k by May - I definitely need the money.
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I would save it.
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(Original post by Benzema9)
within 2 years what would you spend it on?
Shopping, car, pay off my overdraft, take a lovely holiday in the summer. Hm, I'd still have quite a bit left. Would probably spend the rest of it recklessly, and give my mum a couple grand
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Lifetime supply of pizza, bruh, this ain't a game.

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Most likely invest in Bitcoin , gold and sliver as a inflation hedge.
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I'd take my family on an amazing holiday and then save the rest towards a deposit for my first house
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