Donald Butterworth

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 76% (94 of 123)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 15,978 - Total Helpful Votes: 94 of 123
How to Make Money in ISAs and SIPPs: Tax-efficient&hellip by Stephen Sutherland
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In this book by Stephen Sutherland he sets out in a very logical and thorough way to share his views and experiences on the power of informed investing in ISA’s & SIPP’s in order to maximise their taxation benefits for individual investors. Stephen shares his experiences over the last 13 years in an open, honest and very transparent way, all of which is done in a very informal manner yet hitting all the right notes when it comes to facts and figures. In the 14 years since Stephen started out on his investment strategy he readily acknowledges that he has made mistakes which he quickly recognised and learned from in order to avoid again in the future. His comments clearly show how well he… Read more
The Impossible Dream ~ Richard & Adam
The Impossible Dream ~ Richard & Adam
4.0 out of 5 stars The Impossible Dream, 22 Feb 2014
This was an impossible dream for me as the item never arrived - I guess it was one of the many "disappearing" items in the postal & courier systems in the high volume pre-Christmas period. Amazon did refund very quickly as I did not require a replacement as I had to hit the high street to buy one as it was needed for a present so could not wait for Amazon. The CD is what you may expect from this duo and is good entertainment and good value for money on Amazon. It cost me more on the high street plus the cost of petrol getting there!! I have no issues with the way Amazon handled the order and refund although they are in the hands of the carriers they chose.
Salford Buses: A Fascinating Pictorial Guide to Bu&hellip by Ted Gray
I had been looking for this book for quite a while and when I saw it on Amazon at a reasonable price I thought that's for me to purchase. I have fond memories of the buses operated by Salford City Transport having travelled may miles on them in the early 60's to and from work in Manchester and Trafford Park. The familiar sound of the Gardner Diesel comes back to life when you see the pictures in this book which has a great selection of the buses operated by Salford City Transport up to the formation of Selnec. A great book and a must for anyone who has a love of Salford City Transport.

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