posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 07:21 PM
reply to post by dominicus
if the accumulated stash of fiat dollars was in a account (bank or credit union) then there is a money trail which you cannot hide....
if you take even 200-500 a week out... you will have to prove that you did not purchase drugs or weapons/explosives with those funds.
better go to race tracks and pick p all the losing tickets/// go to lotteryt vendors & collect all the losing tickets --- then maybe you can create a
$50k- $100k annual 'gambling' 'betting' losses to account for that fiat money you are trying to keep on the sly... with no possibility of govt/IRS tax
recovery or confiscation on the savings you accumulated righteously
the Patriot Act and the new (developing) Cyprus type of money confiscation will be a new way of funding the Deposit Insurance needed to cover your
savings accounts (FDIC) Insured is broke as of yester-year
the new law with many 1099s for everything over $600 per transaction will soon be Every-&-=All transactions from $10 and UP...so as to track the
monies that might make it into a black-market underground economy
tip" even the neighbors at the future markets . food. assets. ammo, survival needs.... will have a good %^ of them acting as spies & will turn you in
for trading with gold/silver coins...especially with sizeable purchases or frequent visits & buying binges
so those coins in a secure safe or burried in a treasure chest on your property are not as clever and 'liquid' as you idealistically suppose
Yeah. owning a chunk of land (with water available) might seem ideal... but ? what is going to be the tax rate on that land in a year- 2 years- 0r
even 5 years ?
guarantee--- only the very 'rich' will be land owners....and in the not tpp distant future... a secluded person on a fortress land/lot/parcel/tract
will be looked upon with a distrustful eye--- by both the poor all around us & by the govt and the rich oligarchs.... you can't fold up a piece of
land... but you can own a very putrid piece of land that no-body sees as having any value out in the boonies... then a land estate might work for
you... but i think i would rather be mobile in the future---
edit on 21-3-2013 by St Udio because: (no reason given)
21-3-2013 by St Udio because: (no reason given)