DELTA » January 6th, 2014, 5:44 pm
HELLO FAMILY: WHEN I DID A POST LAST TIME, I SAID THAT WHEN IRAQ IS READY TO RV, WE DO BELIEVE THAT IT COULD HAPPEN TUE-THU, THAT DOESN'T MEAN IT WILL HAPPEN THIS WEEK. I WAS JUST GIVING YOU AN EXAMPLE.
EXAMPLE: NEW CURRENCY WERE INTRODUCE ON 10/15/2003 (WED)
WHEN SHABIBI DROPPED THE EXCHANGE RATE FROM 1170-1166 IT WAS ON 01/17/2012 (TUE)
AND FOR SOME REASON BASE ON IRAQ HISTORY, MOST OF THEIR ECONOMIC CHANGES TOOK PLACE ON THE MIDDLE OF THE MONTH.
SO THE Q THAT I SEE MOST OF YOU ASKING IS? CAN THEY DO IT BEFORE ELECTION ?
IMO YES ...AND WHY YES ? THE ANSWER COMING UP TONIGHT ON THE CC.
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NOVA :Ok Maybe Just One More.
If We Don't See It Tomorrow Then Thats It No Deal Till After Elections? Tomorrow Is Do Or Die?
walkongstick :I too, have a question...Where can one find the information, stating .. Iraq deposits will/ must be, made... in the form of IQD... In lieu of, foreign currency reserves? As, a number of Central Banks... make deposits, in the form of foreign currency...
Delta: AND THE ANSWER IS..........Article 20
The operations of the Bank for its own account shall only be carried out in currencies deemed suitable by the Board.
SO WHICH CURRENCY DO YOU THINK WILL BE SUITABLE ? : DELTA
bringitonTony!] just saying that I may take the market rate now because of what could possibly be in the NDA (from what Tony said today on the call..to me it's a little confusing)
[daz] bringitonTony! i woudnt call it "tricks" but if here ar a dozen ways to do things and three of those are a higher benefit to the banks that the other nine....all of them legal in every respect...the bank will still promote their own benefit primarily
[bringitonTony!] daz so do you think that those things in the NDA will benefit the banks and not really concern us too much?...something like keep our money in their bank for a certain period of time before moving it to different locations, etc...?
[daz] consider this....the banks or the gov have zero responsibility to educate or inform us of all options or even the best option..if there are five ways to do something, its logical they will choose to disseminate and inform us of the scenario that is the most beneficial to them in terms of profitability, control, expediency and success even if other methods would provide us greater personal benefit.
[daz] the banks will operate within the law and they wil be cooperaive but...they're still in it to win it. Its the corporate mandate.
Phatdad7979: State's Income Tax rates Compare to Other States
Ever wonder how your state's income tax rates compare to other states? You'll find some of the highest rates in California, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, and Oregon while other states have no income tax at all. Seven states have one flat tax rate that everyone pays regardless of income.
Here's a listing of each state's highest income tax rate and how much income you'll have to make to pay that rate.
Alabama: 5% on income over $3,000
Alaska: No income tax
Arizona: 4.54% on income over $150,000
Arkansas: 7% on income over $32,600
California:10.55% on income over $1 million
Colorado: flat 4.63% of federal taxable income
Connecticut: 6.5% on income over $500,000
District of Columbia: 8.5% on income over $40,000
Delaware: 6.95% on income over $60,000
Florida: No income tax
Georgia: 6% on income over $7,000
Hawaii: 11% on income over $200,000
Idaho: 7.8% on income over $26,418
Illinois: flat 3% of federal AGI with modifications
Indiana: flat 3.4% of federal AGI with modifications
Iowa: 8.98% on income over $63,315
Kansas: 6.45% on income over $30,000
Kentucky: 6% on income over $75,000
Louisiana: 6% on income over $50,000
Maine: 8.5% on income over $20,150
Maryland: 6.25% on income over $1 millio
Massachusetts: flat 5.3% on all income
Michigan: flat 4.35% of federal AGI with modifications
Minnesota: 7.85% on income over $74,780
Mississippi: 5% on income over $10,000
Missouri: 6% on income over $9,000
Montana: 6.9% on income over $15,400
Nebraska: 6.84% on income over $27,000
Nevada: no income tax
New Hampshire: 5% on interest and dividend income. Wages are not taxed.
New Jersey: 8.97% on income over $500,000
New Mexico: 4.9% on income over $16,000
New York: 8.97% on income over $500,000
North Carolina: 7.75% on income over $60,000
North Dakota: 4.86% on income over $373,650
Ohio: 5.925% on income over $200,000
Oklahoma: 5.5% on income over $8,700
Oregon: 11% on income over $250,000
Pennsylvania: flat 3.07% on all income
Rhode Island: 9.9% on income over $373,650
South Carolina: 7% on income over $13,700
South Dakota: no income tax
Tennessee: 6% on interest and dividend income. Wages are not taxed.
Texas: no income tax
Utah: flat 5% on all income
Vermont: 8.95% on income over $373,650
Virginia: 5.75% on income over $17,000
Washington: no income tax
West Virginia: 6.5% on income over $60,000
Wisconsin: 7.75% on income over $225,000
Wyoming: no income tax
Source: Tax Foundation
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[.~dinarmama7] An older, tired-looking dog wanted into my yard. I could tell from his collar and well-fed-belly that he had a home and was well taken care of. He calmly came over to me, I gave him a few pats on his head; he then followed me into my house, slowly walked down the hall, curled up in the corner and fell asleep. An hour later, he went to the door, and I let him out.
The next day he was back, greeted me in my yard, walked inside and resumed his spot in the hall and again slept about an hour. This continued off and on for several weeks. Curious I pinned a note to his collar: I would like to find out who the owner of this wonderful, sweet dog is and ask if you are aware that almost every afternoon your dog comes to my house for a nap."
The next day he arrived for his nap, with a different note pinned to his collar: "He lives in a home with 6 children, 2 under the age of 3 - he's trying to catch up on his sleep.
Can I come with him tomorrow?"
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