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Hey everyone, Welcome to the Payment A Day - Chapter 2023 challenge! (this will start from 1 January 2023) We've decided to start a new thread challenge each year as the last one by Kirstypoos for Payment a Day Chapter 18 was over 1,150 pages long and spanned nearly 6 years 😳👏🏾! If you want to see that one for inspiration,…
In about 6 months time I will be retiring full time. Ive had a free consultation with a financial advisor from St. James Place. Ive got two pensions one is crystallized with Royal Lomnon. And the other is still my workplace pension with Legal & General. The advisor is looking at combining the two and make the best for me…
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I was thinking of nominating both siblings as joint executors so as to avoid favouritism. But if dual signatures are required, that just adds to the workload. Is it possible to specify that dual signatures are not required? This would also allow more flexibility to divide the workload. Thanks in advance for your thoughts…
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If you're an E.on Next customer, look out for a message from the firm offering you up to 50% off your bills this winter, as the supplier is launching a new support scheme.
If you're an E.on Next customer on its standard tariff, look out for a message from the firm offering you up to 50% off your bills this winter, as the supplier is launching a new support scheme.
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