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    • r2015
    • By r2015 17th Apr 18, 12:20 AM
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    Statement date?
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    • 17th Apr 18, 12:20 AM
    Statement date? 17th Apr 18 at 12:20 AM
    When I used to get paper statements for my Halifax Reward account they were dated from 16th of the month to the 15th of the next month and I always cycled the required amount (1000) out and in on the 20th of the month from my Vantage account to my Reward account then to my Nationwide account (for the travel insurance) then back to my Reward account then to my Vantage account.


    I just noticed if I ask for a .pdf statement online the dates are now from the 1st of the month.

    Does that mean my statement date has changed?

    If I last cycled 1000 through the account on the 20th of March what is the latest date in April that I can cycle that 1000?


    I know it does not have to be 1000 but that is what I use.
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    • PeacefulWaters
    • By PeacefulWaters 17th Apr 18, 12:47 AM
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    • 17th Apr 18, 12:47 AM
    If I recall correctly, the calendar month has always been the funding trigger.
    • Westie983
    • By Westie983 17th Apr 18, 1:33 PM
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    • 17th Apr 18, 1:33 PM
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    • 17th Apr 18, 1:33 PM
    When I used to get paper statements for my Halifax Reward account they were dated from 16th of the month to the 15th of the next month and I always cycled the required amount (1000) out and in on the 20th of the month from my Vantage account to my Reward account then to my Nationwide account (for the travel insurance) then back to my Reward account then to my Vantage account.


    I just noticed if I ask for a .pdf statement online the dates are now from the 1st of the month.

    Does that mean my statement date has changed?

    If I last cycled 1000 through the account on the 20th of March what is the latest date in April that I can cycle that 1000?


    I know it does not have to be 1000 but that is what I use.
    Originally posted by r2015
    Halifax funding requirements is calendar month, so you can fund the account at any time over the month.

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    Save 12k in 2018 #10 Total (25,000)+10,000/12,000 = 83.33%
    Sealed Pot Challenge ~ 11 #97 Total (410) + 40/500 = 8.00% ( x 11)
    Xmas 2018 1 a Day #2 Total 62.59/365 = 17.14%
    Virtual Sealed Pot #1 Total 750/1,000 = 75.00%
    2 Savers Club 2018 #16 Total (1,500)+-480/2,000 = 51.00%

    Total 11,872.59/15,865 = 74.83%

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