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CryptoTrader87

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Hello everyone, I’m looking to cash out crypto in Germany, after holding for more than 1 year.

I’d like to pay 0% taxes.

About me:

***Private EU citizen, I have a friend who owns a house in Germany (he is not German, but he's a EU citizen).

Can I receive tax residence if I rent my friend's home? Or do I need to stay in Germany for at least 6 months?


Any help on how to cash out with no taxes in Germany, given my circumstances, would be highly appreciated.
 
Im currently in the same situation. Im trying to find out if there is a requirement for someone to be a tax resident of the full holding period of 12 months.

Regarding the 6-month question, that is not true if your only permanent home is in Germany due to the OECD tie-breaker rules. If Romania got a tax treaty with Germany, just make sure the only Permanent home you have during this period is Germany, and even 1 month of staying should be enough as long as there is no requirement for the paragraph above (Im still trying to find out).

Germany got a dwelling based residency so you will be most likely claimed to be a German tax resident from day 1.

Of what Im aware, there is no exit tax for Germany but you need to make sure Romania does not have an exit tax for this situation.

Make sure that you register with the local authorities.
 
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Im currently in the same situation. Im trying to find out if there is a requirement for someone to be a tax resident of the full holding period of 12 months.

Regarding the 6-month question, that is not true if your only permanent home is in Germany due to the OECD tie-breaker rules. If Romania got a tax treaty with Germany, just make sure the only Permanent home you have during this period is Germany, and even 1 month of staying should be enough as long as there is no requirement for the paragraph above (Im still trying to find out).

Germany got a dwelling based residency so you will be most likely claimed to be a German tax resident from day 1.

Of what Im aware, there is no exit tax for Germany but you need to make sure Romania does not have an exit tax for this situation.

Make sure that you register with the local authorities.
Thank you, appreciate it.
 

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