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Old 10-22-2004, 03:08 PM   #17

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Location: Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
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Very good point. I have edited the original post to clarify that we're talking about $US, not $AUD, not Euros, not Yen, not Yuan, not Turkish Lira, not Afghanis and not Argentinian Pesos.

Those working in alternative currencies should convert at the approximate exchange rate in place at the end of your last financial year.

I pity the fool who can't convert currency. </ Mr. T >

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