country of origin, but they must report this to their home supervisor. Is Malta any good for traders? The personal tax rate applies. . Feb 1, 2010 #15 Your domicile is where you were born. If you trade for a living, your capital gain will be substantial over the course of a year, but you withdraw part or perhaps even all of that gain every month to live from. If it comes to settling with a family, the Maltese school system is bad. I have been so long out of the Netherlands that I have forgotten that it is good for traders.
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The Dutch financial regulator requires full transparency on the part of the licensed FX brokers. Malta ranked on the bottom in the. As long as you can proof to have another job, there was no risk involved to be considered as a professinonal trading firm (which would be a different kind of taxation). Hittfeld, So basically what you're saying is that, as long as you've got some form of other income (albeit for the record, since your primary source of income would be your monthly trading profits your trading income is seen as investing gains (beleggingswinsten) and. So is Switzerland a tax heaven? Jan 15, 2010 #1, are there any Dutch traders here, who trade for a living, but for themselves,.e., not as a trader for a trading firm or bank? This might also help to obtain financing for a mortgage for example, which I think will be difficult to get if you don't have any official sources of income, other than (what the average banker is likely to perceive as) financial speculation. There are only a few countries in the world that have favourite taxes for NON-DOM: UK, Ireland Malta. The cash stream from the accounts are not subject to any taxation. Last edited: Jan 27, 2010 Jan 28, 2010 #12 DHB said: That's interesting info, Soldintime.