Which is the country in Europe with lowest capital gains taxes?

Piyayo

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Let´s see is traders from everywhere in Europe could give advice about how much does capital gains have to tax on every country.

It would be great to have a list of tax-friendly countries in Europe to know better where to move.

I wonder how much tax would you pay in Hungary? Belgium? Austria? Romania? Latvia? Croatia? Ukraine? Bulgaria? Czech Republic? etc....

I will add to this post the data:

Thanks!
 
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member275544

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Let´s see is traders from everywhere in Europe could give advice about how much does capital gains have to tax on every country.

It would be great to have a list of tax-friendly countries in Europe to know better where to move.

I wonder how much tax would you pay in Hungary? Belgium? Austria? Romania? Latvia? Croatia? Ukraine? Bulgaria? Czech Republic? etc....

I will add to this post the data:

Thanks!

why settle for Europe, why not think bigger? Panama, now thats one of the best tax havens I know of
 

Piyayo

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Everybody know many tax heavens with 0%, but let´s talk about countries in Europe please.

Many thanks!
 

hacks

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Have a look at lowtax dot net.
Also I think the OECD website has a comparison - I remember seeing one once.
 

Jason Rogers

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Everybody know many tax heavens with 0%, but let´s talk about countries in Europe please.

Many thanks!

Hi Piyayo,

Are you familiar with spread betting? Spread betting accounts operate similarly to the standard financial trading accounts, but enjoy special tax-free status for residents of the UK and Ireland. As with any form of speculative trading, your capital is at risk when spread betting.

Jason
 

kyvez

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The Channel Islands are in Europe, outside the EU and use the Sterling. 20% income tax, 0% EVERYTHING else (CGT, Inheritance...)
 

thos

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Belgium does not tax gains - only dividend income (although watch out for the Tobin tax).
 

scose-no-doubt

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Andorra I think. Can't member off the top of my head.
 

NVP

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umm.......thinking .......Gibraltar....Monaco.....Andorra ........cyprus .....san marino (?)

all pretty low I think
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scose-no-doubt

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Gibraltar only has a beneficial tax system for HNWs and there are a lot of rules to get the benefits e.g. you have to be resident and own a property (inflated value ain't the word)... and it's a **** hole.
 
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Hakuna Matata

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as far as I can recall, Gib is attractive for tax purposes because you can be like a "non-dom" but live there all the time... so if you qualify like, you can just pay 30 bags a yr and that's the end of your tax obligations.

(i never qualified :( )
 

Hakuna Matata

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maybe try some of the peripheral scandies, but tbh it's gonna depend largely on what the capital gains are on and how they were made.

put too much into this now. talk to an expert.
 
 
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