Which 8 countries have Crypto-friendly tax laws?
Hi, Crypto fanatic! Don’t be a fool, don’t pay high taxes!
What’s this booklet about?
Most tax authorities did not initially know how and whether to tax cryptocurrencies. After the initial confusion, many of them issued detailed guidelines explaining the applicable laws. Such guidelines usually state that cryptocurrencies constitute assets which are subject to hefty capital gains taxes. For example, in the United States, the rate of the capital gain tax may reach 37%.
While some countries decided to impose high taxes on crypto entrepreneurs, others understood the benefits of becoming crypto tax havens and exempted cryptocurrencies from tax. The purpose of this e-book is to examine eight countries having crypto-friendly tax laws.
Those countries are Germany, Singapore, Portugal, Malta, Malaysia, Switzerland, Belgium and the Netherlands.
(Instant PDF download, edition 2020, Pages: 20)
By reading this book, you will learn:
- The Netherlands
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Iven De Hoon is trained as a lawyer (Antwerp, Belgium), and is also master in tax and accounting at the acclaimed Vlerick Institute (Ghent, Belgium). He has published many articles and books on different tax topics and has more than 25 years’ experience. More about Iven De Hoon …