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£10,000 left to invest
asked by Timmy Taylor posted 2 Years ago at 9:44
Hi all i have about £10,000 pounds left from my bonus after i have filled my s&s isa. I obviously am getting poxy rates in my current account. Any ideas of what i should do with it, i can't imagine i will need to have access to it anytime soon. Are there any high (ish) interest savings accounts i can take advantage of?
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xLouisex answered 2 Years ago at 11:10, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56Hi Timmy Nationwide online at 2.95% for £1000+ looks quite good. x
Christopher Marsham answered 2 Years ago at 15:36, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56If you have a longer time horizon and access to other cash why not use the full s&s ISA allowance? or drip feed in over a 10/12 month period. Even Equity income offering in excess of 4% gross (3.6% net)is decidely more attractive than 2.36% net. But if you are not prepared to take the risk....
Remembrance Place (2000) Ltd answered 2 Years ago at 16:02, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56Hi Timmy Remembrance Place has projects that are currently being rolled out to investors. We have spent the last year acquiring sites throughout the UK to be used as private cemeteries. Not a lot of people are aware of the lack of burial space in certain parts of the UK. This makes an investment in burial plots an attractive option compared the rates currently given out on traditional investments. We are offering plots at a reduced rate to investors to fund the infrastructure necessary to make them fully operational. All sites have full planning consent. We have a site in Ormskirk, West Lancs, in the North West which may suit you. West Lancs currently has no burial space (follow the link for confirmation).. http://www.westlancsdc.gov.uk/living_in_west_lancs/births,_marriages_and_deaths/burials_and_cremations.aspx Our family plots are being marketed through the Council at £1,250.00 and they are available to investors at £750.00 (minimum investment of 10 plots) so there is potential for excellent returns. You can keep hold of them for as long as you like and they will increase year on year. If this is something of interest to you, please e-mail email@example.com for further info. We also have a promotional dvd at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Eh2qNsVRqE Kind Regards James.
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