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We have a small man made pond in our garden. Last year my wife "planted" some oxygenating plants in baskets and four water lilies. All baskets being submerged in the water. Both plantings appear to be...
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I have started my 30 days Amazon Prime trial,got for the footie. But I have a problem i.e. when watching a prime video on our smart TV, it keeps stopping and buffering. When this happen, maybe 2 mins,...
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Just received in the post from Amazon a 30 day free trial of Prime Video. One year subscription £79.00. Of particular interest is the Live Sport Feature as that includes Premier League matches with...
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When I finished paying for my house, the building society stored the deeds until I asked for them, then the deeds came to me in a large package. I have been told recently there are now no hard copies...
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Just received a mail shot from a company named: Project Solar UK ltd.They are selling storage battery systems for use with Solar Panels. They mention the potential to "save and earn" up to £5,907.15....
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I own the property I live in but the land is lease hold the lease being held by the local council. After some 30 years I have decided to enquire about buying the lease i.e. how much would it cost and...
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My newish lap top has windows 10. It came with Office (word and excel). I send and receive emails using either gmail or talktalk this happens without problems. On my old lap top, if I created a word...
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I appreciate that this is quite trivial in comparison to other peoples rain problems but...….. Our garden gradually slopes away from the bungalow and when we have heavy rain it collects in one...
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When I go to my g-mail in box and look at the content. My usual practise is to get rid of unwanted mail I touch the item and "swipe" it to the right of the screen. Usually I receive a message that the...
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We struggle with gardening. But my wife, in spring and summer, has a large number of pots that she plants with bright coloured bedding plants, which we arrange around the garden.. But the problem is...
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Background: I am Retired and over 80. My search for enlightenment started because my ex employer went bust a couple of years ago ( I retired quite some years before that happened).Fortunately the...
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A couple have /are getting divorced. Grounds of the divorce being unreasonable conduct by one of the parties which was admitted. There was a mutual agreement that neither party would make a claim on...
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an existing building needs to be revalued for insurance purposes. It has been suggested that all that is needed is to apply the RPI to the past valuation that the insurance worked from. I don't think...
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I am trying to put together a balance sheet for a club using a format previously used by others. Th balance sheet is split into two sections. The first part contains entries such as: Values of Fixed...
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To save issuing cheques for small amounts an individual has been given a cash float. The staff come to this person, with receipts, and they are reimbursed from the float. Later the receipts are all...
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I am buying a new Skoda Roomster SV. The car carries a 3 year warranty but there is the option to extend that to extra years. Looking on this site I see that there are a number of companies offering...
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In basic accounts what is the best way to deal with credit notes from a supplier. Do you record it as a payment received? When issuing a cheque do you record the date it was issued or the date cashed?...
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A not-for-profit club owns a building on land that is also owned by the club via property company. The shares of the property company are held in trust by trustees who are members of the club. In the...
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Does anyone have any information on the reliability of Caste Trust. They are an investment/bank organisation offering among other thing savings bonds one a one or two year fixed term at excellent...
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A lady I know, married for 5 years, has split from her husband. The husband owns the house and she owns a weekend cottage. There are no children from this marriage. Living apart now, she feels...

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