Wow you're very lucky. Don't expect it to last!!
I got out years ago (apart from the £200 in a fraudulent loan :( ) Most my p2p funds are in moneything now; high apr security backed lending. Not without risk obviously; but I think it's preferable to unsecured lending.
effing livid at myself bet on a 1.95 for a evens or greater offer, effing idiot 2 quid down the swanny ffs
plus moplay havent given me my freebet yet which is ominous; they may have change their minds about allowing in play bets. Or they've gubbed me.
Either way it's going badly today :(((((
Yeah I went down your route but have taken a bit out since - been dipping into my MB funds rather than my savings when needed. Probably got about £600 between my exchanges and maybe £1k scattered around bookies!
Yeah but it spits out a load of crap... Is there a way to set it so that X bookmaker is always included? If you limit it to just 1 bookmaker you get no matches and when I add a few more I can't find any matches including the bookie with the offer on!
It swings both ways, here's a story...
I had a bunch of 1st class stamps, about 120, which I had bought for about 60% face value; I wanted to free up some cash so sold them for about 80%ish face value in a job lot on ebay. The buyer? An address at/above a convenience store/post office!
I need to look after my accounts more... I imagine I won't until I've had at least my first gubbing though. Got to learn the hard way sometimes! ;)
What's a reasonable level of mugging activity though? It all looks so expensive; every Tenner you mug is nearly 50p down the drain :(
No I meant accounting wise!
Cash basis = account for everything when it happens, cash in when you receive it, cash out when you spend it - no accruals etc
Standard accounting - account for stuff in the year it applies eg stock purchases are only an expense once item has sold; paying insurance...