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UK university student finance - should I use my sponsorship money to pay the debt?

I am in the fortunate situation of having both an unconditional offer for a (UK) university I really want to go to, and a sponsorship offer from the company that I have worked for in my gap year, in ...
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1answer
333 views

Passing money through a different account to avoid cash pay-in fees

I have recently sold some company assets (not a large figure) and the buyer insisted on paying cash. My question is, my BUSINESS bank charge 0.6% on cash deposits, which is annoying - In theory, is ...
2
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1answer
79 views

Invoice for solicitors fees when selling house in the UK

We have had conflicting information: Some solicitors take their fees (balance) prior to transfer of sale funds to seller. Solicitor must submit invoice prior to disbursement, and that seller can ...
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1answer
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What is the market rate of non-cash ISA fund administration fee in UK?

A friend of mine suggested a plan that takes a 1% administration fee (from the assets deposited) regardless of the type of investment you make (stock, bond etc.). This sounded quite high from my ...
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2answers
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Total fees for buying a house in the U.K.?

I'm thinking about buying a house in the UK (England). It will cost a max of £120,000 GBP. As an estimate, how much will all the fees total to, when put together? And apparently for houses less ...
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2answers
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Tuition Fees - Are British students who have already started their course affected by the recent vote to increase tuition fees?

I've read that students who are already at university and will not be affected by the changes in tuition fees, which have been voted in today in Britain. However, given the very deceptive wording in ...
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5answers
306 views

What is the best way to access money in the UK while living and working in Germany?

I'm a self-employed Brit living and working in Germany, but virtually all of my clients are still in the UK and so pay me by BACS into my Nationwide UK current account in pounds Sterling. I've been ...
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1answer
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Getting on the property ladder: mortage, downpayment, fees? [UK]

Once I've got my finances straight I'd like to think about getting my own place, but what sort of money am I looking at to have under my belt before I can begin thinking? Is it right that the UK ...