Treating gold and silver as money
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To date, 42 states have removed some or all taxes from the purchase of gold and silver.
And there are new bills pending now in five of the eight remaining states, i.e. Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, Hawaii, and New Jersey.
In 2019, the Sound Money Defense League teamed up with sound money advocates in West Virginia to eliminate sales taxes on precious metals.
A similar effort will be considered in Olympia, Washington.
Passage into law would relieve some of the tax burdens on investors, and would also take a step toward treating gold and silver as money instead of as commodities.
Repealing these taxes knocks down one barrier that might keep some investors from considering physical metal for their portfolios.
The world awaits the leader of the free worldSenator Gerard Rennick: This election is not over in the states 17 states just sued the other states and we will see who is the leader of the free world come back next year.
Australian Senate awaits the results of the election for the Free World. The world is depending on the US election, on POTUS.
In the Australian Senate Senator Rennick from Queensland keeps his colleagues up to date with the latest lawsuit by 18 states to overturn the American presidential election.
India Is Mulling Rupee-Ruble Payments SystemIndia is discussing how to set up a rupee-ruble payment mechanism to enable it to trade with Russia, to circumvent the U.S. sanctions regime.
During the last several months, several considerations have prompted the Modi government to rethink the wisdom of putting all its eggs in the U.S. basket.
Instead, India is returning to a more balanced approach, assessing its national interests vis-a-vis those of other countries and acting accordingly.
To Be Non-Aligned on Russia Policy Implies India Finding Trade Workaround.
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The Federal Reserve is committed to using widely accepted standards in designing the FedNow Service to aid in accomplishing the key goals of achieving nationwide reach for instant payments and promoting interoperability with the existing private-sector service. To support these goals, the service will use the widely accepted ISO 20022 standard.
The Federal Reserve intends to launch the FedNow Service as soon as practicably possible. Although the target release date remains 2023 or 2024.
Turkey adopted Russia's Mir cardsTurkish Banks Are Adopting Russian Payments System, Erdogan Says.
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There are serious developments regarding the work that Turkish banks are doing on Russia's Mir card, Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency cited Erdogan as saying on the plane.
Challenging The G7BRICS plus nations in the Global South could represent a sea change in the West's global institutions.
The West has traditionally dominated global groupings of leaders, most notably the G8, which included Russia until 2014 and is now the G7.
That is an inter-governmental political forum consisting of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, with the European Union is a 'non-enumerated member'.
Russia is ready to develop a global reserve currency together with China and other members of the BRICS group of nations.
It could be based on a basket of currencies from the organization's members.
One possibility is that the BRICS basket currency could attract the reserves not just of the group's members, but also countries already in their range of influence.
These include nations in South Asia and the Middle East.