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I personally am going to a bank to cash out my dinar. I would be a little wary personally of anywhere saying that there is no tax. For one the tax has not been determined yet on this exchange. I think people are so caught up in the highest rate or no tax that they lose perspective of the big picture. [I have never paid tax on converting usd to Canadian or Canadian to usd but that was under $200.]  This is very different.  It would be awesome to pay no tax…But this isn’t just a currency exchange in the traditional sense. [Dinar Detectives Notice: All posts are for informational/entertainment purposes only and are the opinions of the providers. They are not legal, tax or investment advice. We strongly encourage everyone to do their own due diligence and seek professional tax, legal and investment advice.]

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