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    Hi,

    I hope everyone is keep safe and well.

    I'm hoping someone can help - I'm looking at investing some of my Ltd company funds into some shares and wondering how I do this?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Kindest Regards,
    B.

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    Go on to Vanguard and invest in LifeStrategy 60%

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    Quote Originally Posted by balbas View Post
    I'm looking at investing some of my Ltd company funds into some shares
    Don't. Search this forum for why it's a bad idea if you don't do it very very carefully. And even then...
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    the only "investment" I'd consider for my company would be gold sovereigns.

    The reason being that they are legal tender and might possibly avoid any of the complications of yourCO becoming an investment trading company.
    Theoretically I could also pay dividends with those coins.....

    Having said that. I have no legal evidence to suggest that it's fine. It just seems more likely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    the only "investment" I'd consider for my company would be gold sovereigns.

    The reason being that they are legal tender and might possibly avoid any of the complications of yourCO becoming an investment trading company.
    Theoretically I could also pay dividends with those coins.....

    Having said that. I have no legal evidence to suggest that it's fine. It just seems more likely.
    Those cheap looking rings men of a certain type like to wear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by balbas View Post
    Hi,

    I hope everyone is keep safe and well.

    I'm hoping someone can help - I'm looking at investing some of my Ltd company funds into some shares and wondering how I do this?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Kindest Regards,
    B.
    I’ve got magic beans for sale £100 a pop - you look like the ideal candidate to buy my beans in a bear market




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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    Those cheap looking rings men of a certain type like to wear?
    What type exactly do you mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    I’ve got magic beans for sale £100 a pop - you look like the ideal candidate to buy my beans in a bear market




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    Do you have an infinite supply of magic beans or are you selling the same lot to everyone?

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