#1
So, i inherited ALOT of stamps from my uncle about 5 years ago and i recently found out they may be worth about £5000 (GBP) or alot more, so i'm not entirely sure what i would do with the money but i know i want some new guitar gear, so my question is, what gear would the pit get if they had £5000?
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#3
Buy a car or something if you don't already have one.
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#4
Spend some of it, invest the rest in an ISA, or something else similarly high interest. Or as high an interest rate as you can find these days. If you end up going to uni or wanting a car in 5 years time, you'll have much more use for that money then.
#5
Keep the stamps in rememberance of your uncle.
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#6
its yours! by inheritance, no one can take it away


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I'd get one of these:

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#10
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Keep the stamps in rememberance of your uncle.


I would keep the stamps, but i don't have much use for them, anyway i inherited some other stuff from him, that i probably will keep.
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Spend some of it, invest the rest in an ISA, or something else similarly high interest. Or as high an interest rate as you can find these days. If you end up going to uni or wanting a car in 5 years time, you'll have much more use for that money then.

You can only invest £3600 of it in a year for ISAs, but yeah, they're definately the way to go if you're saving money.

I had like £1200 in mine not too long ago and it mounted up pretty quickly. Uni is destroying those savings though haha.
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You can only invest £3600 of it in a year for ISAs, but yeah, they're definately the way to go if you're saving money.

I had like £1200 in mine not too long ago and it mounted up pretty quickly. Uni is destroying those savings though haha.


Uni's destroying my credit rating I need to start begging the bank to increase my overdraft from £1200.

I'm also looking out my window for flying pigs.
#14
^Student overdraft.
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Uni's destroying my credit rating I need to start begging the bank to increase my overdraft from £1200.

I'm also looking out my window for flying pigs.

Hahah you know it. I'm only about a month in and I've no idea where my money's gone. I swear I've spent several hundred pounds on beer and Doritos...

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Uni's destroying my credit rating I need to start begging the bank to increase my overdraft from £1200.

I'm also looking out my window for flying pigs.



*throws pigs outside window for trickery purposes*
#16
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Hahah you know it. I'm only about a month in and I've no idea where my money's gone. I swear I've spent several hundred pounds on beer and Doritos...



I did that in my first year. Freshers week saw lots of money on alcohol and a new acoustic.

Second year saw the purchase of a new half stack and a 360

Third year recently saw the purchase of a PS3 and budgeting for a 10 string custom bass

So there TS, perfect reasoning why you should save it.
#18
If I'm honest I'd probably just buy shoes and camera equipment...
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#19
i'm kinda in the same boat as you. i'm getting a considerable amount of money in about a month from my fathers estate but i'm guessing you're a bit younger than i am (i'm 28) i suggest highly in investing it and making your money work for you. it's not a TON of money but if you can keep your hands off of it for a little while (10-20 years) in the end you can end up having a nice little extra chunk of money coming in annually from it.

me personally i'm getting a new house, a car, some music gear and shoving the rest into several savings accounts to maximize the earnings and usage of the money. i suggest checking into a bank and seeing what can be done for you and perhaps getting the opinion of someone who's money smart and has your best interest in mind (a parent, knowledgeable sibling etc)
#20
I would invest in a collection of stamps to the value of, say, £5k?
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#22
Don't waste it all on guitar shit
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#25
I don't think ill spend it all, i think i may get a new amp though. i have a line 6 spider 3, from when i first started playing.
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