I have seen enough of the lawful money refunds applied to past tax liability (before redemption) to get the distinct feeling rounding out to $2,000 was like a fourteen year-old pouting, “Well! I don’t have to be happy about it and do good work!”

I plugged Redeemed Lawful Money into a search engine…   https://www.investopedia.com/terms/l/lawfulmoney.asp   Oddly enough, the dollar bills that we carry around in our wallets are not considered lawful money. Read more: Lawful Money https://www.investopedia.com/terms/l/lawfulmoney.asp#ixzz5AigR2C6S Follow us: Investopedia on Facebook

At least that is what I hope people get from these HAMP 2 success stories. Debt and redemption are mutually exclusive concepts. Since last year there have been instances where the husband enjoys redeeming lawful money by demand, and the wife is hesitant. When the couple presents tax returns the bank handling the refinancing cannot […]

We are perfecting redemption and I am seeing my fingerprints in significant process in the US District Courts from people who have been redeeming lawful money for years. This is encouraging that Michael Joseph and I are teaching reproducible lessons here and elsewhere.

If you have been around the block, and especially if you are new to redemption of lawful money you might get this as just another perspective of the same thing. In fact I have been conversing with a retired corporate hatchet man who moved into the Catholic church as a Deacon specializing in Last Rites. […]