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    I have £178.

    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    £55,330.67
    Disgusting capitalist.

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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Wait what?

    Reue explain. I've had several beers and I'm not sure what to make of this post. Do your thing.
    http://www.globalresearch.ca/a-crisi...llapse/5498376
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    That's like a lot of words.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    That's like a lot of words.
    In simple terms don't trust banks for large sums of cash because as soon as you deposit it, its theres and they are not trust worthy.
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    (Original post by Dumachi)
    In simple terms don't trust banks for large sums of cash because as soon as you deposit it, its theres and they are not trust worthy.
    What in this context is a large sum of cash? And once I reach that threshold how would you recommend I handle my money?

    Sorry my eyes are just a bit glazed I find t hard to read at the best of times.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    What in this context is a large sum of cash? And once I reach that threshold how would you recommend I handle my money?

    Sorry my eyes are just a bit glazed I find t hard to read at the best of times.
    Providing your chosen bank is UK-regulated: £75,000.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Providing your chosen bank is UK-regulated: £75,000.
    Well then not something I'll need to a worry about for a very long time then
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Providing your chosen bank is UK-regulated: £75,000.

    Soon to drop, we are entering a recession soon that might be worse than 2008.

    The oil companies will surely default on loans soon, which will cause bank problems
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    What in this context is a large sum of cash? And once I reach that threshold how would you recommend I handle my money?

    Sorry my eyes are just a bit glazed I find t hard to read at the best of times.
    I am a Nigerian prince and I will keep your money very very safe...
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    (Original post by TheArtofProtest)
    I am a Nigerian prince and I will keep your money very very safe...
    Hmmm. Sounds legit.
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    i have a net worth of about £0, in that today my wife paid me £200 towards the bills, and i already have about £200 in my current accounts, but i recently got a legal bill for £410, so like i said. I do however have some more locked away in the funds, which i can't access.
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    Below £100 because I save old fashioned way, put my savings in a yellow box and saving for my summer holiday.
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    Savings: £2.5k
    Withheld ISA/trust (can't access until I'm 21): £25k
    Trading account: £2.5k
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    I'm getting really suspicious of some of the questions being asked on TSR recently. :erm:
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    A small loan of a million dollars from my father.
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    £260 ish put in my bank account from my dad.

    (I have my own jar of savings so)

    I'm content with my bank balance, the money is to be used for emergencies anyway. I haven't touched it yet.
 
 
 
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