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Go here to restart a previously canceled subscription. The page will ask for a password. If you don’t have one, just click “reset your password” there and follow the instructions. Once logged in, click “restart” next to your old subscription. You will have the option to use a new credit card if you wish. Trouble? Please call.
Other Billing Methods
In addition to monthly by credit card, you may subscribe by any of the following means:
- Soft dollar (annual only). Send us the contact email address for your third party payer, and we’ll do the rest. New subscribers receive 13 issues the first year.
- Check (annual only). Send us the accounts payable email address, and we’ll respond with an invoice. New subscribers receive 13 issues the first year.
- PayPal (monthly only). Works like a credit card, but never expires. New PayPal subscriptions currently unavailable. To cancel an existing PayPal subscription, go here.
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Each issue is sent by email, in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format, simultaneously to all subscribers, in the third week of each month. Issues are both printable and readable on a computer screen.
You will receive the current issue within a few minutes of subscribing, and will be charged for the first month. Subsequent charges will appear on about the 15th of each month as “Gemfinder” on your statement.
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Spinoff Tax Basis Calculation
Consult your tax professional. In the past, U.S. spinoff tax basis has typically been calculated like this, but situations vary.