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‘How to use £1M wisely?’

If Somebody will donate me £1M (£1,000,000.00) for my Organization (or me), I would put money into bank on my personal saving account for 3 years.

Let say to Halifax (sample is here).

If interest is 4% (AER/Gross) a year, so I earn £40,000 a year.

It means I get 3.2% (Net) and it is £32,000 a year.

As a person, who need eat, dress, travel, pay bills and so on I would share 50% + 50%. It’s £16,000 to my Organization and another £16,000 to my self.

£16,000 a year, so it’s  £1,000 a month and another £4,000 for extra funding .

A haft of profit would pay  future projects. And … if I really need – I would use some funds from my own share.

Not bad. Isn’t it?

 

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Money Money Money … Should be Funny  🙂

Wanna earn much money easy way?

And what to do, if You won ?
Read this

Eleven Lotto winners reveal what they spend their winnings on including boob jobs

The following article was published on the Daily Telegraph (Australia) website on March 03 2010. The original article can be found here.

Eleven winners spoke to The Daily Mail newspaper in the UK to find out where their cash went. Sarah Cockings, from Newcastle, won £3 million in May 2005 and treated herself and her sisters Emma and Alex to boob jobs costing £4,800 each
Former Welsh farm worker Meredith ‘”Mez” Davies won £2 million in October 2004 and, along with his girlfriend Kate Chester set up his own stud farm with around 25 Welsh Cobb ponies for £100,000.

Tony Wells-Stubley, a former London police officer, of Chatham, Kent, won £2.2 million in August 2004 and has since spent £8,000 collecting the toys he loved as a child – 120 Action Men and 750 accessories.

Tony and Greta Dodd, from Merseyside, won £2.5 million in July 2007 and splashed out £40,000 on replacements for their arthritic knees so they could enjoy dancing again.

David and Gaynor Funnell, from East Sussex, won £3.6 million in June 2002 and bought 57 acres of farmland with two pigs, 300 sheep, 40 chickens, five ducks, one horse and a beehive for around £200,000.

Debbie Mather, from Preston, Lancaster, won £5.1million in May 2005 and used £300,00 to set up a firework business for her and her son.

Neil and Kate Chester won £8.5 million in September 2007 and forked out £200,000 for TV garden designer Diarmuid Gavin to landscape the grounds of their new mansion in Romney, Hampshire.

Michael and Norma Eggleston had a Reliant Robin three-wheeler when their children were small and now they have one in gold, bought for £8,000. The Tyne & Wear couple won £2.7 million in March 2007.

Sue and Peter Busby, from East Yorkshire, won £1.4 million in July 2005 and bought a top-of-the-range caravan for £14,500 so they could travel the country and visit all the friends on their Christmas card list to whom they always used to write, ‘Must get together some time’.

Thea and Paul Bristow won £15 million in July 2004 and bought a 13-acre Devon wood and woodland management scheme for £170,000, saving the land from property developers and opening it to the public.

Four hairdressers opened their own salon when they were laid off by the fifth member of their winning syndicate. Megan McCann, Natalie McGuire, Wendy Brown and Lorna Alexander set up their own salon in Glasgow for £30,000 after winning £500,000 each.

What would You do ???
Enter would …

If I would win ~£7M (and I will, … someday 🙂 ), so I would share ~£2M to UK charities and ~£1M to people, who I working with on the moment.

It would be BIG spending time ( but not to much, of course ). And I would visit many interesting UK places & so on.

If winning would be bigger, then £7M, so and me share more £££ to others.

People always dreaming :). But they need a chance.

🙂 Give it to me 🙂 !

I think, everybody can tell us what would do, if would win. But after winning … something change. I read about some people, who lost everything after winning in a lottery. I think, that these people even NEVER thought, what they would do, if they … WIN. I think, that people HAVE to think, what they would do, if … .

I thought about it Millions times. Just give me couple £M and will be happy 🙂 !!!

By the way :

Let say Your earning is £250 /week. If You got £1M on Your saving account, You get ~ £3,000 /month interest. So it is ~ £750 /week for doing nothing, and You still got £1M, which is not melting. Not bad, isn’t it?  🙂

Money is a Power, Power is an Aphrodisiac !

Good Luck to EveryBody 🙂 !!!

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