My Certified Public Accountant
My Personal Banker
My Financial Planner
My Investment Advisor
My Insurance Agent
My Pension Fund Trustees
RE: Your Copy of The Real Game of Missing Money, Volume I
Dear [Title and Name]:
Enclosed please find a copy of the Solari Report’s The Real Game of Missing Money, Part 1. In it, you will find essential documents recommended by Catherine Austin Fitts to do due diligence on U.S. government and related securities.
In October 2018, while most Americans were focused on the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, the U.S. Congress and the Executive branch adopted Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB) Statement 56, an accounting policy that renders U.S. government financial statements essentially meaningless. This follows many years of undocumentable adjustments at the U.S. Departments of Housing and Urban Development and Defense, now totaling over $21 Trillion. Fitts believes the issuance of FASAB Statement 56 is a “material event” in its impact on the credit of U.S. Treasuries and related securities and recommends that citizens and investors take note, particularly in light of the accelerating growth of outstanding federal debt.
You are a financial professional whose opinion and assistance I value. I want to make sure you have access to this information, as these developments have received little attention in the financial press or corporate media. One exception to this de facto media blackout is a piece on FASAB 56 published last January by Matt Taibbi in Rolling Stone: “Has the Government Legalized Secret Defense Spending?” (https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/secret-government-spending-779959/)
After you read The Real Game of Missing Money, I would appreciate knowing any thoughts you wish to share, including adjustments you recommend that I make regarding my personal planning and finances.
Please let me know if you have any questions or would like any more information.