Entry Submitted by Don L at 8:22 PM ET on May 21, 2022
After reading your opinion article, I find myself in a bit of a quandary. My wife and I have a moderate amount of ZWN Bearer Bonds (also known as ZIM). It has been our intent to 1) tithe a full tithe to our church, 2) to do a variety of humanitarian acts, & 3) to use some for solidifying and securing our retirement, and of course, enjoy a portion as a blessing.
My quandary is that we have NOT wanted to use a formal process such as Trust accounts with a board of directors, etc. but rather to look for good acts that we could cause to happen anonymously (nothing the US and abroad).
We do have some concrete ideas, but nothing formalized on paper, or a business plan.
Am I understanding correctly that you believe the ZIM we have accumulated is worthless without a solid, formal plan?
Please advise, as I have encouraged several others to purchase ZIM for themselves.
Thank you for your time and attention.
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