how much is upcoming max bounty???

#3
Don't start spending it yet. Beware of JPA (a cynic might say that it will be used as an excuse for later payment therefore allowing Tony/Gordon to hold onto your cash for longer).
 
#6
tink1 said:
hi is that not this years as that is what i got in april 2006, so there is no rise
Ah sorry misread! Bugger!
 
#8
A rise in bounty = extra spending on the armed forces. No election due = no need to spend money on armed forces. Therefore no increase in bounty.
 
#9
Recommendation 6: We recommend the following rates of Reserves’ Bounty
from 1 April 2007:
• Volunteer Reserve Forces Training Bounty – Year 1 £395, Year 2 £868,
Year 3 £1,341 and Year 5 £1,556;
• Ex-Regular Officers and Other Ranks Training Bounty – £350;
• University Units Bounty – Year 1 £135, Year 2 £157 and Year 3 £191;
• High Readiness Reserve Bounty – £395;
• Sponsored Reserve Bounty – based on the Training Bounty with rates varying
between 50 per cent and 100 per cent depending on training commitment;
and
• Call-Out Gratuity – £473.
 
#10
And because of the intro date of JPA and the closure of Unicom, it has been 'advised' that unless the Bounty box has been ticked by today then the payment may be as late as May.

If the box has been ticked by today then the payment should be on time as per normal....... (Knowing Glasgow??????)
 
#11
Carlos_Hathcock_II said:
And because of the intro date of JPA and the closure of Unicom, it has been 'advised' that unless the Bounty box has been ticked by today then the payment may be as late as May.

If the box has been ticked by today then the payment should be on time as per normal....... (Knowing Glasgow??????)
In Parliamentary speak " I refer you to my statement of Sun Feb 25, 2007 12:56 pm
 
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