How To Cash Out Your Bitcoins Without Paying Taxes (5 Tips)

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Taxation is the most dangerous, morally reprehensible institution since Slavery

Taxation is the most dangerous, morally reprehensible institution since Slavery. Death, Surveillance, Cronyism. This is what your taxes pay for.
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I get paid via bitcoin. How to pay taxes on that?

I’m a freelancer and I get paid with bitcoin to a coinbase wallet and I withdraw the funds to my bank account from there. How would I go about paying taxes on that?
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How do I pay taxes on gambling income that was paid out in bitcoin?

I play online poker as a hobby. I buy bitcoin to deposit on a site. I win money and withdraw it via bitcoin. As soon as I get it I sell it on coinbase within an hour or two and then transfer it to my bank account . Do I just pay regular gambling income tax on this or is there another process because I was paid in bitcoin?
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How are we supposed to pay taxes on bitcoin?

So I guess the IRS wants to tax bitcoin, but I'm wondering how that would work. I am planning to HODL, so I don't think I have to pay taxes on it until I sell. Is Coinbase going to issue me a 1099?
https://cointelegraph.com/news/irs-plans-to-ask-every-american-worker-if-they-used-crypto-in-2020
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I bought and sold crypto in 2017/18 on multiple exchanges. There is no way that I can match up all of my transactions to prove capital losses. Can I sell my leftover crypto and still claim a loss or at least pay ordinary income taxes to avoid getting penalized? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Trans Satanist Anarchist Candidate for Sheriff: "Stop paying taxes. Opt out with bitcoin."

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The system is broken: The POTUS, self-claimed "billionaire" doesn't pay any taxes by reporting massive fake loses, for decades, without going to jail or any consequences... (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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...while the IRS is going after Bitcoiners. The biggest banks around the world openly launder money for drug cartels, terrorists and all kind of criminals... without anybody going to jail, only paying ridiculously small fines when caught.
The Fed and Governments printing and creating trillions of fiat money out of thin air. Negative interest rates spreading all around the world so you don't have savings and move your money to keep the stock market bubble inflating more and more.
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The system is broken: The POTUS, self-claimed "billionaire" doesn't pay any taxes by reporting massive fake loses, for decades, without going to jail or any consequences...
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Trans Satanist Anarchist Candidate for Sheriff: "Stop paying taxes. Opt out with bitcoin."

Trans Satanist Anarchist Candidate for Sheriff: submitted by FTL_Ian to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Do you have to report or pay tax when you use Bitcoin to buy something instead of converting back to cash?

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Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC submitted by sasha_sh to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

As from 2021, Canton Zug in Switzerland allows paying taxes up to 100'000 CHF in Bitcoin and Ether.

As from 2021, Canton Zug in Switzerland allows paying taxes up to 100'000 CHF in Bitcoin and Ether. submitted by o_bizzle to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC submitted by sasha_sh to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC submitted by sasha_sh to Paradigm_fund [link] [comments]

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC submitted by sasha_sh to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Crypto Regulation News: SEC expands accredited investor definition, lowering the barrier to private markets; IRS memo — cryptocurrency earned from a microtasking job is taxable income; ‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin; Brazil’s central bank examines the benefits of a CBDC

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Switzerland’s Canton to Allow its Citizens to Pay Taxes in Bitcoin & Ether Starting 2021

Switzerland’s Canton to Allow its Citizens to Pay Taxes in Bitcoin & Ether Starting 2021 submitted by bitcoinexchangeguide to BitcoinExchangeGuide [link] [comments]

‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin

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‘Crypto Valley’ residents can now pay taxes in Bitcoin

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this site The Swiss canton of Zug is making it easier to imagine a world in which cryptocurrency users are resolutely in the mainstream. The canton — which has earned itself the moniker of “Crypto Valley” for its positive stance towards cryptocurrencies — will begin allowing citizens to pay taxes […]
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Paying taxes with Bitcoin will be possible in Switzerland

Paying taxes with Bitcoin will be possible in Switzerland submitted by SamHamou to btc [link] [comments]

The slippery slope of "I'm fine with KYC in Bitcoin, I'm not a criminal. I pay all my taxes."

Once you grant a government the power of mass surveillance in the promise for safety and purpose of "catching criminals", it is not long before the loss of privacy turns against the law-abiding citizen, becoming a constant looming threat of control against political ideas that may conflict with government intentions. This is the seed of tyranny. There are too many examples in history to count, and even modern examples in countries such as North Korea and China. We don't need privacy, until we do.
In 2013, the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) revealed that it had selected political groups applying for tax-exempt status for intensive scrutiny based on their names or political themes. This led to wide condemnation of the agency and triggered several investigations, including a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) criminal probe ordered by United States Attorney General Eric Holder. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IRS_targeting_controversy) It is not an issue of corrupt foreign nations. It is an issue today, and it's happening even in the United States.
Bitcoin, used properly, can be a powerful tool for freedom. But make no mistake, the government has long been waging war on freedom. And freedom has been losing since 1913. This isn't to say, we shouldn't pay our fair share of taxes, or break the law with complete disregard. But if we care about our freedom, we can benefit greatly from protecting our privacy and campaign against those who aim to take freedoms away.
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Can I "spend" my current holdings while profits are lower into a hardware wallet and just pay the taxes for 2020? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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