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Please Help Me Solve These Daily Mail Money Quiz Questions

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sweetwoman23 | 17:27 Wed 01st Jan 2014 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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the government has a benefits cap of £25,000 a year. How much you have to earn in order to take home this amount after tax and national insurance, assuming to make no pension payments?
A- £26,700
B- £28,700
C- £30,700
D- £32,700

How much money have Nationwide employees raised for charity between April and November?
A- £252,000
B- £511,000
C- £694,000
D- £802,000

If you began saving £100 a month today and it grew by 5pc a year how much would you have by New Years Day 2034 ?
A- £38,705
B- £39,625
C- £41,103
D- £43,104

In July, Money Mail revealed some insurers were taking large sums in charges from a £100,000 retirement pot. How much ?
A- £11,000
B- £14,000
C- £17,000
D- £20,000

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The answer to the last one is 17,000. What have you put for the coins in the jar...is it just a guess?
I suspect that if you Googled, you'd find all these answers.....

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