I would not use rampant or rosy as I have a touch of Jonathan Wosses, instead I would say exciting. Many thanks for the advice it is much appreciated,
There are other advantages of isa's too like no CGT and its a might easier when dealing with the tax man paperwork wise. I wish I could get more of mine inside the wrapper. I can imagine the tax headaches some will be having with the Vodafone deal. An isa would make this much more simple. You are correct to highlight it though
RE: Seems to be going up slowly
Spud, I wouldn't be too concerned over the use of the word 'challenging' here. What did you expect? What term would you use? Not rosy or rampant. Once the surplus has been mopped up either by increase demand or reduced capacity things will improve. Clln downsized the uk workforce and other areas are slowly picking up. Management seem to be quite good at delivering what that say.
All divs are taxed at 10%, in a nominee account ISA or SIPP. ISA's are usefull for higher rate tax payers as they don't pay more than 10%. CLLN payed tax man first, sorry to disappoint. LOL
Totally as expected. I wish my PF was full of stocks like this: currently paying 5.7% divi (tax free, as it's in my ISA), contact wins all the time, a business that's been restructured and realigned quite brilliantly. I love CLLN. I was lucky enough to get in at 250p...but topped up big-time recently at 290p. As the mahogany-faced David Dickinson might say: "A Bobby Dazzler of a stock"
Seems to be going up slowly
I liked the pensions cap and the BT contract starting was fresh news for me. I agree with you about John Laing. Sadly 'challenging' now has unpleasant connutations in the business world. GLA
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