Tag Archives: money

The Way We Save Now

Book Review: Empire of the Fund – The Way We Save Now, by William A Birdthistle I picked this up recently in a work book sale. At a glance I wondered at its American bias, but thought it would probably … Continue reading

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The Sage of Twickenham

Book Review: The Storm, by Vince Cable, and After the Storm, by Vince Cable I picked up After the Storm in a work book sale before Christmas, and it seemed a good idea to re-read the first installment. That turned … Continue reading

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The Blind Watchmaker

Book Review: The Truth About Markets – Why Some Nations are Rich, but Most Remain Poor, by John Kay I found this book quite patchy; some of it is very well written, but several key sections failed to really keep … Continue reading

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The Book of St Vincent

Book Review: The Storm, by Vince Cable This might have been an opportunistic publication, but for the most part it doesn’t show that it’s been put together in a hurry. Cable keeps it short and tries to cover a lot … Continue reading

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Protected: There’s a hole in my budget

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Protected: How hard can it be?

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Last week, I got a letter from Lloyds TSB regarding my ISA: something along the lines of “Dear qatsi, you’ll be pleased to know we won’t be applying any penalties if you choose to close your cash ISA before its … Continue reading

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