If I would have a charity website that would accept Bitcoin, PayPal, Venmo etc. How would I go to the bank and deposit like 20.000$ in profit with low tax income? Do I need to have like a offshore bank account in Panama for example?Options depend on where you live, but also type and nature of the income, and where it currently sits (jurisdiction, own/business account, crypto/fiat).
If you live in a country which has lower tax for capital gains or dividends, structure the income as such instead of as a salary payment.
Otherwise, just declare it as income and pay tax. If you don't like the local tax law, move to a lower tax jurisdiction.
Best would be to speak with a local tax adviser to work out what's best under local law.
And for example let’s say I have a website where you can donate to help for example children in Africa and it’s not really registered it’s like you help children in africa in your free time more like a hobby. and you would get 100.000$ from those donations and you would use 50% of the money for children in Africa and 50% as profit for yourself how would you go to the bank and ask if you can deposit 50.000$ without causing a red flag?A charity website would have to be run by a duly organized and registered charity, so that example should be relatively straight-forward. Book it as income for the charity and spend it on administration and charitable work.
When would a offshore bank account be useful and why do people who launder money use it?Charities are required to be registered and organized as charities, in order to take public money. There are some legal grey areas when it comes to crowdfunding but even so, you're better off just donating that money to a proper charity.
Otherwise, you're committing fraud and you're back to money laundering. Across the world, courts don't take kindly to fraudulent charities and money laundering. Those aren't just crimes of passion or crimes of negligence. You're taking active steps to avoid laws. That's premeditation.
The administrators already deleted his first thread, which actually had the word "laundering" in the title. I am not sure why the administrators have not yet banned him. Why allow such people to draw attention to the forum from the tax authorities?So you're asking us to help you with money laundering?
I didn’t know the word "laundering" was not allowed to be used here and I stopped using that word didn’t I?The administrators already deleted his first thread, which actually had the word "laundering" in the title. I am not sure why the administrators have not yet banned him. Why allow such people to draw attention to the forum from the tax authorities?