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Crypto Tax Trends for 2022

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  • Published On: 2022-02-19 18:30:22
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Wondering what the crypto tax trends are for this year? That’s been one of the biggest questions so far in 2022.

Already we’ve seen how cryptocurrency has been raised, and many investors wonder how they can legally avoid high taxes to keep their financial freedom. In this video, Andrew shares the crypto tax strategy for 2022.

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00:40 Crypto Tax Trends in 2022
– Second Citizenship
– Second Residency
– Will My Crypto Get Taxed?
– How to Avoid Taxes on Crypto?
2:37 Cryptocurrency Regulations
– Unrealized Capital Gains Tax
– Bernie Sanders
– Wealth Tax Debate
4:59 Crypto Transaction in the USA
– Living in the USA
7:44 What Will Happen to Bitcoin if it Sets A New Record High?
– Countries Where Cryptocurrency is Taxed

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  1. Always appreciate Andrew's thoughts. I will say that true ownership of crypto means not having it in an exchange or even on a physical device. There's absolutely no need. You have your crypto key memorized and existing on your Electrum software wallet (redownloaded easily whenever you arrive somewhere) and you'll walk anywhere you want.

  2. Airports asking about you carrying crypto – none of their business! Why? Because whilst I always prefer to stay on the right side of the law, there are times that it's not worth it to do so as complying puts you at greater risk. Consider the following:

    * You say you have you hardware wallet with you. They demand to look through it and demand you codes/passwords from you. How do you prove its all legally acquired on the spot? You can't – just like you can't immediately prove that the money in your bank account is all 100% legally acquired on the spot. So they seize it all and it gets transferred to another wallet and isn't seen again.

    * The same goes for passwords to accounts – never reveal your passwords to your accounts. There is nothing stopping them from doing malicious things in your name, removing the evidence and then arresting you over a 'complaint' or 'tip-off'.

    If they want access, make them have court orders so they can access via the admin side of things as that ensures accountability. If you hand over pins/passwords there is zero accountability.

    A crypto wallet shouldn't be any of their business – its nothing more than having a bank account or credit card. When crossing borders they don't inquire "do you have a bank account?" and then want to look through the account for "tax" reasons. Why is crypto any different? If they're trying to argue its money then why do they consider it a type of asset but not money for tax purposes? It can't be both! Only money and bullion are limited/require reporting to cross borders – general assets don't (except for import duty)!

    Only when everyone refuses to comply with such demands will they drop this BS about hardware wallets.

    I guess you could reset your hardware wallet and recover it once inside the country….

  3. I'll live on the grid in a cave before I pay taxes to any government that topples foreign leaders based on lies. If more prople had this mentality, then governments wouldn't be keen on using money for trivial pursuits…

  4. Papi…as we enter the "now they fight" u phase of the sovereign individual. We arm ourselves with $BTC as the honey badger don't give AF & was built for this.. the days of the nation state are numbered….to Valhalla!

  5. I'm more worried about storing crypto on exchanges now that Trudeau is going after truckers' money and Biden and the feds are going after crypto in the US. They're gonna lock up peoples' money just for wrongthink.

  6. They will never be able to tax unrealized gains. Everybody has a favorite horse in this beyond exciting race. I would never check a box saying cryptocurrency since it's not. Electronic/digital cash, digital asset, foreign exchange, commodity tokens are different matters.

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