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The doomsday is already here. If you think the artificial exchange rate of US dollar vs. Rial has any significance in Iran's economy, well then, try to get informed.

Just yesterday, the government itself released official numbers for "poverty line" (minimum income required) for family of 3: 7,000,000 toman. The current minimum wage in Iran: 1,500,000 toman. It's impossible for a married couple to survive at a sustainable rate these days. If that's not called doomsday in your book, well then, try to get informed.

The US dollar will jump to its natural rate (at least triple the current artificial rate) when the wheels of Iran's economy actually start turning (that will happen sooner or later). Right now, everything is at a standstill. There is so little business activity, there's little demand for US dollar. The entire country can be considered "unemployed" right now because nothing is happening. Once this changes (and it must), the true depth of today's catastrophe will be visible.

Until then, do not hold significant sums of Rial for any reason. US dollar is a very good hedge right now. It's actually subsidized by Iran's government. The somewhat smarter people are constantly adding to their foreign currency balance. At these rates, it's a no-brainer. Doesn't matter though. Iran fell deep into poverty much sooner and faster than even I had anticipated. It's an ugly forecast from here on.
When you are biased, you don't get informed. Don't waste your time
 
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Iksanihc

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As i said, boss (US) just makes sure his self constructed enemy remains the way it is: A basically darb o daaghoon country, not strong enough to harm anyone in the west but strong enough to keep the region hostage through creating conflicts right and left. Everythings fine, even the IR is fine with this situation as there is no one fighting them from within so their heads are still getting richer and richer and the only idiots who are swallowing everything and put up with all kinds of heghaarat is the iranian people.
 

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dollar keeps dropping lower and lower
when is this doom's day everyone was talking about a few months ago?
if you go by the stuff that get posted here then bitcoin would be now at $50k,
amazon at $5k a share and tesla at $1k a share.moreover,syria would be 'free'
after bashar went "on the verge" 6 years ago,the top moola in iran has had cancer
for 10 years,the moola regime is already been 'changed' 10x over,etc....
just read my posts and get the real picture not a comic strip version of reality.
 

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if you go by the stuff that get posted here then bitcoin would be now at $50k,
amazon at $5k a share and tesla at $1k a share.moreover,syria would be 'free'
after bashar went "on the verge" 6 years ago,the top moola in iran has had cancer
for 10 years,the moola regime is already been 'changed' 10x over,etc....
just read my posts and get the real picture not a comic strip version of reality.

hahahahhaha... sad but true.
 

Bache Tehroon

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I.R is testing the waters for taxation of deposit interests.

This is a normal occurrence in advanced economies: The interest your receive on your deposits gets taxed either as income or at a standard rate.

It is however an unprecedented move in a country like Iran where inflation is officially at 50%(annually) and average interest paid on short-term deposits is close to 20% (major currency value decline).

In other words, you lose 50% of your money's value to inflation and the banks give you 20% interest (at best) to make up for some of that loss. At the end of the year, you're still 30% in the red.

Now, the government has decided it wants to tax the capital gains(the interest that banks give you). It's not clear whether this is a law that needs enactment or something the government has decided it wants to do without parliament's vote. In either case, it has already caused a scare.

Unless the news gets denied by officials, expect major line-ups at banks for massive withdrawals of money. Also brace for gold and foreign currencies shooting through the roof.

One of the funniest comments I read online today:

بنظرم بهتره زودتر مذاکره کنید تا مذاکره شما رو نکرده
 
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Bache Tehroon

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فارس- مجموعه وزارت امور اقتصادی و دارایی در راستای توسعه پایه‌های مالیاتی به دنبال اخذ مالیات از سود سپرده بانکی است و در پیش نویس اصلاح قانون مالیات‌های مستقیم گنجانده شد.

سازمان امور مالیاتی کشور و وزارت امور اقتصادی و دارایی در پیش نویس اصلاح قانون مالیات‌های مستقیم درصدد اخذ مالیات از سود سپرده بانکی و سود سهام بر آمدند.

در متن این پیش نویس پیش بینی شده که بتوان 20 تا 30 هزار میلیارد تومان مالیات اخذ کرد. متن تهیه شده در حال بررسی در وزارت امور اقتصادی و دارایی است و مشخص نیست در فرایند قانون‌گذاری چه تغییراتی بکند.
 

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I.R is testing the waters for taxation of deposit interests.

This is a normal occurrence in advanced economies: The interest your receive on your deposits gets taxed either as income or at a standard rate.

It is however an unprecedented move in a country like Iran where inflation is officially at 50%(annually) and average interest paid on short-term deposits is close to 20% (major currency value decline).

In other words, you lose 50% of your money's value to inflation and the banks give you 20% interest (at best) to make up for some of that loss. At the end of the year, you're still 30% in the red.

Now, the government has decided it wants to tax the capital gains(the interest that banks give you). It's not clear whether this is a law that needs enactment or something the government has decided it wants to do without parliament's vote. In either case, it has already caused a scare.

Unless the news gets denied by officials, expect major line-ups at banks for massive withdrawals of money. Also brace for gold and foreign currencies shooting through the roof.

One of the funniest comments I read online today:

بنظرم بهتره زودتر مذاکره کنید تا مذاکره شما رو نکرده
IR has been dilly dallying with this for years. Every once in a while somebody wants to look smart and brings this up and then they test the waters online and then they go back to their holes. I don't think they will risk a bank run with this shit as most depositers are the elderly.
 
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Not The Eshaalic Goozpublic !
if you go by the stuff that get posted here then bitcoin would be now at $50k,
amazon at $5k a share and tesla at $1k a share.moreover,syria would be 'free'
after bashar went "on the verge" 6 years ago,the top moola in iran has had cancer
for 10 years,the moola regime is already been 'changed' 10x over,etc....
just read my posts and get the real picture not a comic strip version of reality.
then explain why your idiot ass keeps posting here
 

Bache Tehroon

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US dollar passing the 13,000 Toman mark and rising. Its true value in Rial is a lot higher though, so the artificially low-kept exchange rate means little. All goods are being traded at much higher rates than the official exchange rate. Services are still priced very low (very cheap labor). Poverty for the masses is no longer a fear, it's reality.

Printing money is all I.R can do and has been doing these days. Inflation has crippled the country and this is just the early stages of hyperinflation. The true pain of these times of insanity will be felt quite a few years from now. It's pretty much too late to brace for impact.
 
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