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Friday Blue
4th May 2011, 12:56
have been on this forum for some time but never register......however as of tomorrow I will be a contractor :p so i guess it's time to join the crew! not an IT one tho, will be engineering based in north west. :D

hmm abit about myself. few years in engineering as staffy in the north west, before that was in one of the london university.

at the monent looking into buying some shares (finally able to spare some money...)

northernladuk
4th May 2011, 16:09
have been on this forum for some time but never register......however as of tomorrow I will be a contractor :p so i guess it's time to join the crew! not an IT one tho, will be engineering based in north west. :D

hmm abit about myself. few years in engineering as staffy in the north west, before that was in one of the london university.

at the monent looking into buying some shares (finally able to spare some money...)

Do they not teach grammar and spelling in London university [sic] anymore? :p

I presume you are buying shares with your personal money and not the company money. Would it not be wiser to keep the money in the business account and build up a solid warchest up first? You are still a risk as a first timer so is it wise to withdraw it all and sink it in to something that won't realize the benefits and possibly be a loss if you have to sell them during a long stint on the bench? (and incurr tax if you go over your dividend basic level of course)

Apart from that hello!! :wave:

DaveB
4th May 2011, 16:16
Hello and welcome. Just a few formalities before we get started.

1. Do you like films about gladiators?
2. Where is the booze?
3. Do you like that carpet/rug/settee/pot plant
4. Have you got anything around here to eat?

Zippy
4th May 2011, 16:20
Could someone plase give me hand to light this BBQ?

As you were RH.

cojak
4th May 2011, 16:33
Do they not teach grammar and spelling in London university [sic] anymore? :p

I presume you are buying shares with your personal money and not the company money. Would it not be wiser to keep the money in the business account and build up a solid warchest up first? You are still a risk as a first timer so is it wise to withdraw it all and sink it in to something that won't realize the benefits and possibly be a loss if you have to sell them during a long stint on the bench? (and incurr tax if you go over your dividend basic level of course)

Apart from that hello!! :wave:

<smacks NLUK around the back of his head>

What have I said about criticising newbies on their first post?

Welcome Friday Blue! :wave:

SimonMac
4th May 2011, 16:52
<smacks NLUK around the back of his head>

What have I said about criticising newbies on their first post?



Make sure its funny?

Welcome Friday Blue! :wave:

Friday Blue
19th June 2011, 09:01
ah, thanks for the welcome guys. sorry for the late reply. got screwed up by agents and have been running around like headless chicken for the past few weeks.

the start date written in the contract was just something the agent dreamed up and was never agreed with client... so i turned up on the first day and the client was like...none of your stuff has been processed, we can't start you just yet....

and guess what, the agent then went completely offline.... so i had to hunt for another contract. few weeks later i found myself a new contract and the agent called me up and gave me another agreed start date (without actually asking me...) so i basically told him....hmmm....no?

but anyway, that's all in the past now, im now on track with my new contract. have to do some travelling tho (7 hours each way), but money seems to worth it. :D

reply to NLUK, i was referring to personal ISA account can now be filled with company dividend instead of a few pounds which i had to squeeze from premie wage. :D

it's an engineering course, it's the maths that matters :p

norrahe
19th June 2011, 11:31
Hello and welcome. Just a few formalities before we get started.

1. Do you like films about gladiators?
2. Where is the booze?
3. Do you like that carpet/rug/settee/pot plant
4. Have you got anything around here to eat?

Could someone check he's bled his radiators?

Can you chuck a shrimp on the bbq for me please Zip?

Troll
20th June 2011, 15:27
blah blah....

Do you take your shoes off when entering a house?

If FARC rebels captured you would you try to escape?