Here is a review of my 12 year experiment with Zopa; the good, the bad an the ugly. Continue reading “A 12 year review of Zopa”
Following on from two previous posts (1) (2) I’m glad to say that I was able to secure 100% of what I applied for. Continue reading “Green Money: Greencoat UK Wind: Share offer SUCCESS!”
Following on from this post, I’m still awaiting news of if I’ve been successful or not in the share issuance programme. Continue reading “Green Money: Greencoat UK Wind: Share offer – update”
When you think about where to invest your money, you should consider carefully where you money is going and what it is doing. One company that I invest in is Greencoat UK Wind (UKW) the £1.6+ billion investment trust which holds a range of wind assets in the UK and abroad. If you share my concerns about the climate emergency then you should consider Greencoat as an investment. Continue reading “Green Money: Greencoat UK Wind: Share offer – May 2019”
“April come she will” sang Simon and Garfunkel and now it’s gone. The tax year is over and time for another month-end accounts update and things are looking better. Headlines are that spending is down, assets are up and tax has been sorted.
Following on from part 1, no how with an old final-salary pension I’m now a millionaire but don’t live the millionaire lifestyle. Continue reading “I’m a Millionaire (but don’t look it) part 2”
If you are interested in investing in a successful beer company, the one that GFF has a few shares in is raising money right now. What does this mean for our finances? Well the selling price now at £25/share is £10 a share more than what you could have bought for at the recent (poorly participated) trading day.
Continue reading “Don’t count your beer barrels before they brews”
Should auld taxes be forgot, and ne’er brought tae mind?
Should auld taxes be forgot, and auld lang syne?
So sang Rabbie Burns (with a name like that he’d be a big fan of FIRE for sure)
Many Happy Tax Returns everyone!
Continue reading “Happy New Tax Year everyone!”