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Trading for a living & taxes in EU

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You don't need to say that you are a professional trader.There is no rule in the Netherlands that you need to have a profession. In your tax declaration you say that you don't have an income.
What you earn as a private trader is not taxed ( only 1,3% on total possessions on your bank account). One drawback is that you cannot subtract your losses.

...i think there's no problem if you are dutch and you have already your tax residency in NL ... but if i want to move my tax residency from spain to NL i think i have to prove to the local IRS Agency i am self-sufficient
so i need a normal job or i need to be a self-employed, a freelancer .... 1,3% on total possessions in EU would be too good to be true


Tax for Capital Gains in NL


Last edited by w4rri0r; February 22nd, 2018 at 04:31 AM.
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