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Old 09-17-2009, 07:23 AM
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http://www.midwestrefineries.com/

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Old 09-21-2009, 04:28 PM
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I have used Midwest many times, they are honest, and a fast turn around.
Got rid of $1,266 of Silver to them last time along with $495 Gold.

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Old 09-22-2009, 12:10 AM
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Would they send me the silver bar after all was melted??
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Old 09-27-2009, 04:24 PM
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Been happily using them for years now. Steve in so az

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Would they send me the silver bar after all was melted??
yes,, read this post

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Good Posts, I was starting to wonder once I start finding gold or whatever where should I take it or sell it. But you guys just answered me. I think I will try them out once I start finding stuff. Thanks

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Good Posts, I was starting to wonder once I start finding gold or whatever where should I take it or sell it. But you guys just answered me. I think I will try them out once I start finding stuff. Thanks
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Default Interesting site on different types of gold...

http://goldeducator.com/index.php/materialtypes

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Thanks for posting that link Craig!

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Did you know you can get a tax write off on your hobbie! talk to your accountant when you get your tax's done this yr.
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Did you know you can get a tax write off on your hobbie! talk to your accountant when you get your tax's done this yr.
There is no free lunch I'm afraid. The IRS rules for determining wether it is a hobby or a business (you can't write off the first, only the second) are pretty hard to meet. http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/...169490,00.html

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Did you know you can get a tax write off on your hobbie! talk to your accountant when you get your tax's done this yr.
Hmmm...not sure how that would work....

But even if true, I'd be wary. It might incite those morons in washington to start taxing our finds!

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