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Started by barafear, 28-08-20, 09:55AM
Quote from: barafear on 11-06-21, 05:38PMIs this a recent change then? Because in the past (and there are threads on here stating it) there seemed to be a difference between lifestyle break and career break - with career break being similar to "ending your employment" (hence not being able to use benefits) and lifestyle seemingly being in a state of continuous employment - continuing to accrue holiday leave and other "benefits" - so seems a bit strange to see the bit about SAYE being Frozen. Why would Equiniti tell me that it's fine to make the payments by SO - albeit I had about three differing opinions from them over the course of a couple of weeks.Strictly speaking, "find more gainful employment" would not be an allowable reason for a lifestyle break in the first place. To be honest, I just need to recharge my batteries - I've worked quite a lot over the past year - no holidays (Covid restrictions!) - and whilst off to reconsider my working future with Tesco - but certainly not to be looking for alternative employment whilst I plan to be off. And the latest pay deal has prompted me to accelerate my decision making. Clearly, if the share price fell to below the option price, then I wouldn't really be worried at all!!! But I'm not going to give up on the "potential profit" if I don't have to - alebit, given the date we get the shares isn't for another 11 months or so - anything could happen to the share price!!
Quote from: barafear on 28-08-20, 09:55AMBecause we make 13 contributions a year, our final contribution is made at least three months before the maturity date (i.e. the date we can sell the shares if we want to).
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