Can One Redeem In Lawful Money If Not A US Citizen

Can One Redeem In Lawful Money If Not A US Citizen

Yes, everyone can redeem in lawful money to avoid the taxable event known as income taxes within the USA. Lawful money does work outside the United States (especially Canada) as confirmed by other students, but is referred to by different terms which we have yet to research further into.
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