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For questions that relate to the laws, practices, and products of the United Kingdom.

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I'm looking to buy a flat in London. I'd had a Lifetime ISA for 2 years which I've maxed out both times (~£10k). I'm also looking to get a Help to Buy equity loan, probably for the maximum of 40%, unl …
asked Jan 11 by Michael
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You pose two different scenarios here. If the item is stolen from an innocent victim, then sold to you I think generally it's probably pretty much impossible to trace down something like this unless …
answered Apr 27 '18 by Michael
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Bear in mind that, because of the threshold, it doesn't scale like I think you're imagining it does. You're currently earning £30k which is £5k over the £25k threshold, so you're being taxed on 9% of …
answered Apr 27 '18 by Michael
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While you may be ineligible, as other answers have stated, it's not necessarily such a good deal any more. The Personal Savings Allowance means that, for most people, all interest earned outside an IS …
answered Apr 20 '18 by Michael
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Is the £200 a hard limit or can you put more in and only get credited against the first £200? I haven't tried it but I all the sources I've found suggest you cannot deposit more than £200. What happe …
answered Oct 20 '16 by Michael