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Q & A w/One Who Knows #7 4/16/17
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|Subject: Q & A w/One Who Knows #7 4/16/17 Sun Apr 16, 2017 11:48 am|| |
Questions: Taxes / IDs / 800#s / Bankers / NDAs
To anyone that can help .. (OWK, et al)
Not sure if this has been answered in the past ..
Apologies if so ..
Tax Day, April 18th ..
I don't file until the last day ..
Especially if one is a 1099G and don't expect a refund ..
Do we still need to file ..
Anyone other elaboration(s) welcomed ..
According to Zorra of Hollow Earth, the IRS, and The Federal Reserve "Are No More." They were agents of the British Crown. That being said, the "Official" response is to file or file an extension.
However, my personal feeling is "Screw them" and don't file. I expect it is just a matter of hours if not days before the Republic and NESARA will be announced and we will be told that those "Agencies" no longer exist.
Frankly, it would be fun to see what they would do about it since they are all show now, and have no authority to do diddly squat about it. To be clear, my personal advice to my friends up till today was to file if they were going to get a refund, and file an extension or skip it if they were not. But today, with the GCR about to start, and the Republic about to make its appearance, I think that the IRS is all bark and no bite, and I would not file a thing.
It is my expectation that once the Republic and NESARA is announced, EVERYONE who paid taxes this year, if not prior years as well, will get a 100% refund of EVERYTHING they paid. All that being said, you may get your answer before the 18th anyway. All is well.
Question for OWK. Also want to say thank you all that you do.
You, Yosef, and Bruce keep me going through some bad moments.
My question is for a friend who is a permanent resident and just a month ago her card expired along with her passport. she can just renew her card and passport but she has financial problems and cant afford the $600 application fee. she does have an up to date drivers license/SS card... will that be enough?
This is an easy question. We are dealing with a new Benevolent Financial system now. It is being run by the very same people who are giving the World this money in the first place. They want to help you get your account set up.
My short answer is bring whatever you have, expired or not, and they will help you with it. Also of note they have already checked out everyone who bought currency anyway. So have confidence that it will all work out. I know it will.
Hi OWK, I’m from Mexico. I’ve been following you since you started to write on Intel.
According to your info, HSBC is going to be the bank that makes the currency exchanges, problem is, I have Zims (whit humanitarian project) but there is no info in our country, and for that reason I have a few questions
1. Is there going to be a #800 in Mexico different than the USA?, or should I call the USA #800 to set my appointment?
2. Can I go to the USA to exchange my currency if I don´t have US citizenship?,
3. If I exchange in Mexico, what currency exchange is the bank going to give me, USN or MXN at the fair exchange rate to USN?
4. The sovereing rate for Mexico are slighltly different, but can I request for a USN rate and then exchange it to MXN? Or just request USN and stay on that same currency?
First, you might be calling the same 800#s that we are here in the US. However, when this goes we will have the real Official information on what EXACTLY to do. I am quite certain that there will be some sort of list of countries, and banks to call once this is actually going. Don't worry about that, just wait until it is go time and then look for the information that pertains to your country.
#2) It is better for you to exchange in your own country. The systems are set up that way. When you get extra money for projects, it is expected that it will benefit your country, if not totally, at least to start with.
#3) You will be exchanging into your country's money first. You can then exchange again into another country's money later, but in your case, I would not recommend it. I personally think that your Peso might get a bit of a bump up in value later. If that is true, you will make money on your own currency.
For a while, we used to hear about the "Second Basket" of currencies that would revalue next. I no longer hear about that and I think that might be because many of them will change value this time around, and/or just because we are already getting whatever money we ask for, so why would we be interested in investing it in another currency? All that being said, I still think that there will be some other adjustments later and I would not be surprised if the Mexican Peso was one of them.
The bottom line is to just wait until this goes, then call whatever numbers you get and ask what you should do next in/for your country. The information will be available for EVERY country in the World. No country will be left out. Also, exchange in your own country, bring whatever ID you have and expect it to work out for you, because it will.
Something I keep forgetting to ask that keeps bugging the logical side of my mind....
How are the bank personnel "encouraged " to work, what seems like difficult lower paying positions and long hours, when they all could just have purchased Zim and be a humanitarian and not work a nine to five job? Were the banking personnel even eligible to buy Zim? Why would they all not be trillionaires too?
Your question is actually a very good one. In the early days, the banks just lied to their employees to keep them from finding out about it. But many still bought it anyway. Then they put out memos that their Employees were forbidden from investing in these currencies and that worked on some of the employees. However, many people just quit so they could invest anyway, others got their families into it, and still others bought the currencies anyway. They knew that the bank was in no position to make such demands on their employees.
So, now that the cat is out of the bag, (and typing on a keyboard), the banks have had to take another tact. They found it was smarter, to accept that their employees had the currency and offered them pay increases if they would agree to work for a certain period of time after the GCR goes, so that the bank would not have to close. The alternative was to hire and train new people, to just lose them later once they found out about the currencies.
Now, most of them have currencies, and are getting paid very well to stay, and will continue to work for a short time after the GCR goes, until the bank can replace them. This was the better policy.
About NDAs, I have been getting a lot of questions on the NDAs and I will answer it generally here.
The NDAs have changed "BIG TIME" since this whole thing started. The NDA is so easy and nothing to worry about. My best advice is to not worry about it now. Wait until you get there and see what it says for yourself, ask questions and then decide. Frankly, that is the ONLY time you can decide because you won't know what it REALLY says until you see it.
That being said, I have been comforted by Grandfather, that it is nothing to worry about. They want you to have big money so bad that they have even raised the NON NDA rate so you wouldn't worry. Frankly the main issue is that they don’t want to freak out the sleeping public about what they had missed out on. It is better if they NEVER know how good we had it. In this case their ignorance, will be their bliss.
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