From Recaps Comment Section:
FarNorth: There are a few info providers (not gurus) that I enjoy reading... Myladies and Mountain Goat (so glad they are back!), Dr. Clarke, Millionday, BGG and DU team, and probably a few more. Thank you for your tireless research and continued letters and postings for all to enjoy and benefit from.
On that note, I (and I'm sure many, many others) would love to hear from Dr. Clarke today, as this is the beginning of the timeline he posted about.
I truly think we are near the end. And by end, I mean the "beginning" of the end. It is definitely more than just a switch or button, so I am looking forward to the final steps ie final countdown of the big event.
Hopefully Dr Clarke is right on his take of what exactly the final countdown is.
All is positive for those that hung in there, take one day at a time, and continue going about your life, holding the knowledge INSIDE yourself that someday soon, it'll all be over.
And when it is, please have the respect and dignity to not say "I told you so" to the people who didn't invest or even laughed at the idea. It makes me sad to see all of the posts about people saying "I'll show them" etc.
They will already regret missing out in this life changing opportunity, so please don't cruelly and childishly rub it in their faces.
Be prepared for some of the less desirable situations posted, like the .27 rate mentioned above, but of course hope for the best. It will be a positive outcome no matter what, so please be grateful that you DID take a chance on this speculative investment opportunity.
FYI,(imo) no, it doesn't matter if you call it an investment, exchange, cashing in, or anything else. The act and the result is one and the same and the bank simply cares about that.
The IRS will see that currency was deposited and that you made a great deal of money off of it.
They aren't recording you verbiage at the appointment and even if for some crazy reason they did, please refer to the statement above on what the transaction is. The same boxes are checked when you are completing the transaction. If you are selling your house, you might say "I'm finally cashing in on this place," or "I sold my home," or "I unloaded that place and all my hard work was finally realized."
No matter what you say at the bank, they will say "they sold their property," and come tax time, that is the box they will check. This is no different. Millionaires are made everyday and there are tens of thousands of banks across America.
I don't expect special security or late night secret meetings to handle the couple handful of people who probably bank at the same location. I certainly don't expect lines of people filling the lobby, and full parking lots on a Sunday mean absolutely nothing to me.
I know more than a handful of millionaires and they act and dress like normal people when they go into the bank or anywhere else. I suggest we do the same.
Just a few thoughts to ponder on.
Everyone have a lovely Sunday and keep your chin up on this seemingly never ending ride.