Boise, Idaho (March 14, 2017) – By an overwhelming 56-13 margin, the Idaho House of Representatives today voted to end all Idaho taxation on precious metals, e.g. gold and silver coins and bars.
Bill sponsor Representative Mike Moyle (R) and the entire Republican caucus voted for the measure. If the Republican-controlled Idaho Senate follows suit and Governor Butch Otter (R) signs the bill, Idaho citizens will better be able to use gold and silver as a form of savings which protects against ongoing devaluation of America’s currency.
In Idaho e' passato a maggioranza schiacciante un disegno di legge per porre fine alla tassa sul capital gain sui metalli preziosi. In pratica si potra' comprare e soprattuto vendere metallo per metallo, fregandosene del corrispettivo valore in dollari della Fed e della relativa tassa sul guadagno realizzato se il metallo e' salito di valore in USD. Un passo ulteriore per tornare ad un gold standard? Questo e' quello che pare intendere steve visto che titola "it begins".
Nello Utah poi, lo stato dei mormoni, sui metalli hanno un atteggiamento analogo da mo:
Utah Bill Sets Stage For State Gold Depository, Further Encourages The Use Of Metals As Money, stated the following:
A bill introduced in the Utah legislature would build on the state’s Legal Tender Act, creating a foundation for further action to encourage the use of gold and silver as money, and take another step toward breaking the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.
Rep. Ken Ivory (R-West Jordan) introduced House Bill 224 (HB224) on Jan. 27. The legislation would add several provisions to state law designed to encourage the use of gold and silver as legal tender. Passage would set the stage for expansion of gold repositories in the state and authorize further study on several sound money policies.
Specifically, HB224 would authorize the investment of public funds in specie legal tender held in a commercial specie repository.
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