Pole R. Bear
October 29, 2014 at 5:02pm
JC @JCR3758 4:55 pm Est.
The rollout is still active and on track. Adjustments have been made to compensate for processing time. No holdups.
They expect a smooth public exchange. Procedures have been signed off & it's imminent now. Protect your currency.
RSR > Pole R. Bear:
@JCR3758: @redalert1078 Before the weekend ;)
very good source says admiral goes in today/tonight...
R.V. / GCR:
countdown kids…….TO TIMBER
Party Rock Anthem
When and why aren't we able to cash out? This is getting very frustrating!!!
Ron Burgundy > Jeremiah Jens:
IMO. Waiting on the TRN release. That is what the wait has ALWAYS been. It has nothing to do with Iraq.
The entire Fincen Form 104 - http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-tege/fin104_ctr.pdf
October 29, 2014 at 7:38pm
Thanks RV/GCR; will be need to complete a FINCEN Form ?
R.V. / GCR > Jean D.:
your exchange should have everything you need just bring your pretty little self and prepare to change the world take two forms of IDENTIFICATION
Jean D. Don:
this is the first time I've seen the fincen form in a LONG time; I thought it had gone away.
I've heard bad words to never say
are "investment" and "cash out".
RV/GCR, could you please verify info about the fincen form?
R.V. / GCR > Jean Dixon:
this is a CURRENCY EXCHANGE....................period
WEDNESDAY INTEL UPDATE
Posted by EXOGEN on October 29, 2014
Dinar is $3.58 confirmed
Lonewolf > EXOGEN:
Public/Private Rates Europe's dinar rate is $3.58 Confirmed Studying various FinCen filing forms reading between the lines
jumping4joy it is my understanding that this is what the bank has to fill out for any amounts over 10,000.00……..this is how they are stopping the money laundering from occurring
October 29, 2014 at 9:31pm
Last Clues From EXO (About an Hour Ago).....
$3.58/Dinar is Confirmed (Int'l Rate)
Pay Attention to The FINCHEN FORMS (Make sure the CORRECT BOXES ARE CHECK.....READ BEFORE SIGNING)!!! Your at the Bank for A CURRENCY EXCHANGE!!!
Ask Questions if you DON'T UNDERSTAND....
watch FOR ALL TRICKS & DETOURS The Banks have SETUP FOR US!
Make sure you UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN a MuLTI CURRENCY ACOOUNT & A MuLTIPLE CURRENCY ACCOUNT!!!
October 29, 2014 at 8:35pm
A. MULTIPLE CURRENCY ACCOUNTS
B. MULTI CURRENCY ACCOUNTS
Understand the difference between Multiple currency acc'ts and MULTI currency acc'ts
Susan A. S. > EXOGEN:
A. Seperate acct. for each currency, and fees for EACH.
B. ONE ACCOUNT, ONE FEE, and can 'hold' up to 'FIVE' different currencies.
Exogen has previously said "MCA's will be your best friend". If you can exchange directly into one of these accounts and bypass the dollar you may avoid major taxes (opinion only)
Bold n Courageous:
Nova did a beautiful job of explaining a "taxable event" on yesterdays call with Frank26. Nova is a wealth manager who doesn't work for a bank, but for his clients. If you put your IQD into a US bank it will automatically change in into USD which makes it a taxable event. If my understanding is correct you can place your IQD into a foreign account... it remains IQD. After which you can transfer you IQD into a Multiple currency account KEEPING IT IQD. At no time exchanging your IQD into USD, but getting a loan against it. I'm wondering if when you pay on your loan it remains IQD as payment or is exchanged into USD making a a taxable event at that time?