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    I can't prove the origin of my bitcoins, problems with Spanish Ministry of Finance

    I don't see the big deal here. You can move funds into stable coin (USDT, USDC...) if price volatility is your major fear, which I don't believe it's the case since he waited 6 years to withdraw funds, including waiting during the crazy 2017-2018 bull run. Anyway, it's very unlikely BTC will...
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    rent a company

    I found some services where you can "rent" an already formed company in different jurisdictions that can be used to invoice end customers or simply move funds across companies, as proxy companies. They typically take a fee per transaction. I can think of different useful cases that can work nice...
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    I can't prove the origin of my bitcoins, problems with Spanish Ministry of Finance

    Why not? Let's say using 4 different person BTC debit card accounts, each spending 600€-700€ per month = 2400€-2800€ total spending per month in order to cover one person life expenses. That during 5-10 years, about ~156,000€ - 312,000€ respectively in total spending, all without triggering...
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    Is Spain "tax friendly" (new business)?

    If you have the choice, run away from Spain. It's a bureaucracy hell, taxes are high and authorities will try to bother you as much as they can when you start making some money. Now they even have a radical socialist-communist government that has a state-expensive economic plan that the only way...
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    Estonian E-residency Payment Gateway ?

    This is far simpler: you just need TransferWise for a SEPA bank account linked to the Estonian company (it works with e-Resident owned companies). Stripe for payments, then withdraw money to TransferWise. End of story. Paypal/Braintree sucks compared to Stripe. If you can rely on Stripe, forget...
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    Offshore setup for a risky software business (>$20k/month)

    That's exactly what I have asked, but they failed to name just one. False promises with no value. EMIs are risky when managing certain volumes and I don't to end up being blocked. Anyone knows any reputable, reliable provider that can help to setup a structure with safe local bank account. Thanks!
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    I can't prove the origin of my bitcoins, problems with Spanish Ministry of Finance

    You can spend it with a good level of privacy by using debit cards connected to your Bitcoin wallet. Coinbase Card is a reliable service, but they have a strong KYC process that might eventually expose you in the future if they are enforced to share information with EU tax authorities, as they...
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    Offshore setup for a risky software business (>$20k/month)

    I see, what could be needed the budget then?
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    Offshore setup for a risky software business (>$20k/month)

    I don't understand why if it's so complicated, how the heck all these online company formation firms offer lots of packages for banking account services. Is it all fraud? I have been suggested, in order to have access to solid payment processors, such as Stripe/Braintree, which is key for the...
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    Offshore setup for a risky software business (>$20k/month)

    I'm not really into cars tbh, just looking for some useful advice.
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    Offshore setup for a risky software business (>$20k/month)

    Hi folks! I'm looking for a solid offshore setup. Let me give some context: software a service online business, nothing illegal but might be eventually exposed to be sued by a private US company. The money flows from customers (individuals & companies) to the company primarily through Paypal...
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    Hi there! Can't find a way to send a PM lol I'm interested in learning more about the Czech...

    Hi there! Can't find a way to send a PM lol I'm interested in learning more about the Czech Republic solution to move there and start a freelance activity there. Can you help me? Thanks!
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    DAC6: new EU tax disclosure rules

    Let's break some myths: nothing is free in economic terms. If you are not explicitly paying for something, you are doing it indirectly (taxes, where you lose the concept of actual value) or with someone else money that is not making use of it directly. But not free. Indeed, it's quite expensive...
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    DAC6: new EU tax disclosure rules

    Almost all services governments coactively force you to consume (remember it's a monopoly or oligopoly best case) are overpriced, partially inefficient, don't serve well your interests and/or involves lots of bureaucracy useless crap. For the majority of the population, having a big government...
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    DAC6: new EU tax disclosure rules

    You do pay 60% or more in many EU countries, but most of the time you don't even realize because of the inherit complexity of the tax system. If you do the math, in many western EU countries you end up paying 60% or more of all you make every year to the government, one way or another. Take...
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    Quick and cheap way to move tax residency to another EU country

    Let's say Bob has tax residency in France and wants to move it to a different EU country. The main idea is to get rid legally of tax residency in France in a quick and cheap way, so the new country should provide all needed paperwork/certifcates to report France tax authorities with no pain...
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    Best low tax EU country for freelancing

    Thanks for the replies! I'm specifically looking for a sole proprietorship (aka freelance) legal figure. I want low operating overhead, low cost and easy to setup. Operating with a company figure is always more expensive, complex to take money out and involves more bureaucracy bullshit...
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    Best low tax EU country for freelancing

    Do you know any EU country to operate as freelance or sole proprietorship with a low tax burden? Ideally with a flat tax no higher than 15%. Found this useful site comparing freelance taxes across countries with different tax schemes and life cost per city: https://freelance.tax
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    CFC rules if I live...

    It's not that easy. If you are tax resident as individual level in a country and you have more than 20% as shareholder of a foreign company, you might technically be in risk over time, but again, it's not that simple and the alert will not be triggered automagically by this rule, but because you...
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    Why do I need ANY tax residency?

    The 183 rule is not trivial to prove for many governments, even if they have ID controls, as long as you do live as tourist and do not deal with the local bureaucracy (no salary, no companies, no real state...). In many EU countries you do not even have have frontiers, so you can literally walk...
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