If by trust you mean whether I believe the coin is not a scam or a ponzi, then yes I trust it.
If you mean I trust it will perform well, that I don't know. When I wrote this post almost 2 years ago it was worth $0.20. It went all the way up to $2.40 and now is back to $0.20 again (we are in a...
Thank you. So are you suggesting the path crypto exchange - - > e-wallet - - > Alfa Bank? In such case, which e-wallet (and exchange which will send there)?
By the way, I got new email from Kraken stating they will send fiat to Russia, as long as it isn't USD.
Thank you @RedGeorge. However I still have not figured out how to fund this Russian account.
- Wise won't send wires there
- Sending from the US would potentially put my relationship with US banks in jeopardy
- I asked the lawyer if ALFA-BANK would accept deposis from crypto exchanges and he...
I said he's a lawyer, not "my lawyer". Why he won't answer is not relevant. This is a forum and the right place to ask such questions. What people ask and answer here serves way more people than if I just asked somebody privately.
If this is like in other jurisdictions, moving from the bank into an exchange is generally easier and has less scrutiny (because the bank believes the deposited money to be "clean") than the opposite. But I actually need the opposite - a legal, hassle free way to fund the account. Do you have...
I was offered the possibility of a multcurrency account in AlfaBank (Russia) for an offshore company. I understand the implications of banking in Russia, risks, etc. I don't need a lecture on any of this and if I seize on this opportunity it's mostly for fun and investigation.
Yes works like a charm still. Also, it's fairly easy to find someone who will "rent" you an address so you can have an utility bill in your name, in case you're not satisfied with the address your immigration agent assigns to you.
I understand that this is the general approach, but in this case, where to setup such a company in order to minimize tax overall? For the VAT refund itself, I believe it cannot be in the same country as the property is purchased. Could it be a LLC in the US?
Our (non-EU) company wants to invest in real estate in the EU. The sales price includes a ~20% VAT. We're looking for the best strategy to claim a VAT refund after the purchase, which (as I understand it) requires a EU company, with a few exceptions. Any service providers or ideas regarding this?