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Poll Results: What is your opinion on restricting bank accounts?
VOTING SUMMARY
CHOICETOTAL VOTES
No restriction necessary6
5000k5
Other4
4000k2
Tax a % over a certain amount2

VOTING BREAKDOWN
MANAGERCHOICECOMMENTS
Brian Beerman (BSM)5000k  I'm going with 5000k since it is different than other leagues. It's a good number, right? 
Willy Krosnyak (MT)No restriction necessary  Why punish success...? Limit prizes. 
Carl Oakes (HAS)No restriction necessary   
Peter Babcock (GGD)4000k  Right now i dont think we need a limit but if cup formats etc change then it would be a problem 
Marc de Kok (SSG)No restriction necessary  Don't see it as a hot item on MSWL, but if it was implemented: What will happen when you go over the max amount?  
Kevin Martin (KIN)Other  Convert the top 4 incomes into Euros. 
Leon Permentier (BB)4000k  Give a week to get rid of the surplus or it gets deducted and goes back to the Bank. 
Simon Compton (BFC)5000k   
Alon Atie (GS)No restriction necessary  see my blog entry 
Steve Turner (AK)No restriction necessary   
Rob Peterson (BOS)Tax a % over a certain amount  Not a fan of hard caps... but I am a fan of providing "incentives" for hoarders to spend some Ks. 
James White (ES)No restriction necessary   
Oli Sigurjonsson (CI)5000k  i thought it was in use already. 
Allan Sellers (MP)Tax a % over a certain amount   
James Tucker (LPT)5000k  I tend to agree with Alon. But the need to keep everyone in the same ball park in terms of talent over the long haul needs to be factored in. 
Jay Patrick Wilkins (NYT)Other  It's more about narrowing, though not entirely closing, the income gap, so to speak. I don't know this, but I suspect winning matches and the related bonuses have too strong an effect on gate receipts.  
Phil McIntosh (MLB)Other   
Mark Creasey (SCO)5000k  The rich clubs appear to get even richer, so some cap needed for competitiveness. 
John Holden (RFT)Other  5500k, taxed only at the start of the season. Any extra wealth distributed equally amongst the teams starting with the lowest placed.