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#3198802 - 03/20/13 08:53 PM Re: 6.75 to 9.9% tax on bank accounts in Cyprus [Re: OHVATN]
FLTENNHUNTER1
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 Originally Posted By: sds1961
http://www.caseyresearch.com/cdd/three-levels-survival-skills

This is the article I referred to. The piece from the Sarajevo survivor is the third article. Also consider what he discusses in the current context of the assault on our Second Amendment guarantees.

I'm not a survivalist and don't think it will come to this (maybe I'm simply hopeful). I think an Argentine hyperinflation or fall of USSR type situation could be more likely ( or we just muddle through for years). Who knows. The point is prepare as best you can with the resources available. I'd rather be as we'll armed as possible with a good family and/ or trusted friends than have 100 ounces of gold without.


8. Was it difficult to purchase firearms? What did you trade for arms and ammunition?

After the war, we had guns in every house. The police confiscated lots of guns at the beginning of the war. But most of them, we hid. Now I have one legal gun that I have a license for. Under the law, that's called a temporary collection. If there is unrest, the government will seize all the registered guns. Never forget that.

You know, there are many people who have one legal gun but also illegal guns if that one gets seized. If you have good trade goods, you might be able to get a gun in a tough situation, but remember, the most difficult time is the first days, and perhaps you won't have enough time to find a weapon to protect your family. To be disarmed in a time of chaos and panic is a bad idea.

In my case there was a man who needed a car battery for his radio, he had shotguns I traded the accumulator for both of them. Sometimes I traded ammunition for food, and a few weeks later traded food for ammunition. Never did the trade at home, never in great amounts.

Few people knew how much, and what, I keep at home.

The most important thing is to keep as many things as possible in terms of space and money. Eventually you'll understand what is more valuable.

Correction: I'll always value weapons and ammunition the most. Second? Maybe gas masks and filters.
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#3206246 - 03/28/13 08:50 AM Re: 6.75 to 9.9% tax on bank accounts in Cyprus [Re: FLTENNHUNTER1]
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Well, apparently I'm not able to extract my 401k deposits at all, unless I am no longer employed with the company. \:\/
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#3206683 - 03/28/13 02:34 PM Re: 6.75 to 9.9% tax on bank accounts in Cyprus [Re: MUP]
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MUP...Have you tried to move your 401k or just cash out?
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#3206848 - 03/28/13 04:53 PM Re: 6.75 to 9.9% tax on bank accounts in Cyprus [Re: MUP]
FLTENNHUNTER1
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 Originally Posted By: MUP
Well, apparently I'm not able to extract my 401k deposits at all, unless I am no longer employed with the company. \:\/



Do like I did...401k loans up to 50% of your account balance.
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#3207389 - 03/29/13 06:41 AM Re: 6.75 to 9.9% tax on bank accounts in Cyprus [Re: Backstrapcrazy]
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 Originally Posted By: Backstrapcrazy
MUP...Have you tried to move your 401k or just cash out?


Wanted to try and cash out, but was told, by a previous employee here that they told him he could not cash out unless no longer employed. He is no longer employed here now. I get the feeling that our hr manager would say anything to keep someone from withdrawing their funds. Going to have to talk with him one on one I suppose and hear what he says , and read for myself in the bylaws.
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