A Happy Financial New Year!


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AJO

A Happy New Year to one and all on this newsgroup, and may all your
financial wishes come true :)

All the best for 2006...

From a frequent reader.
 
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John

A Happy New Year to one and all on this newsgroup, and may all your
financial wishes come true :)

All the best for 2006...

From a frequent reader.
Same to you mate. Happy New Year.

I think my goals wont be achieved in 2006, I have to think longer term
for clearing debts of up to £10k.

My main goal for this year though is to ban the use of all credit
cards unless I have transferred money to a card to cover a purchase.

I am also going to transfer as much money as possible from my high APR
cards to an interest free one, until the balance is repaid. Setting up
standing orders to pay a little bit extra in addition to the minimum
direct debit is also something I am going to do.

I also intend to save more this year, not to go on expensive holidays,
and instead to invest in things like Gold, Silver and shares.

Keeping an eye out for a new job with a better salary is also a
priority. As well as coming up with ideas for my own business and
other ways to make more money. Oh, and doing whatever I can to help
the political party that offers lower taxes get elected would be
another good thing to do.

Anyone else thought of any New Year or long term resolutions yet?

John
 
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Jonathan Bryce

John said:
I think my goals wont be achieved in 2006, I have to think longer term
for clearing debts of up to £10k.
[snip]

I also intend to save more this year, not to go on expensive holidays,
and instead to invest in things like Gold, Silver and shares.
Pay off your debts before putting money in savings or investments
 
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Tim

AJO said:
Only 3 months and 5 days premature, but it's the thought that counts.
Are you thinking 'fiscal' (tax) year?!

(S)/he said 'Financial'...
 
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Ronald Raygun

Tim said:
Are you thinking 'fiscal' (tax) year?!
Very perceptive. And so kind of you to remind us what "fiscal" means.
(S)/he said 'Financial'...
I'm not a Ltd Co. Therefore my financial year *is* the tax year.
 
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