kapil354

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About kapil354

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  • Birthday 01/08/1979

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  • Location Bonn
  • Nationality New Zealand
  • Gender Female
  • Interests Kickboxing
  1. Reinvest in property

    Folks, If I sell a property for profit and invest it again in another property - I do not have to pay capital gains tax.  Was wondering if selling stocks and investing in property is also treated the same? Appreciate any pointers.
  2. Folks, read this one online    https://www.euitalianinternationaltax.com/2021/01/articles/uncategorized/italys-tax-agency-provides-clarification-on-special-tax-regime-for-new-resident-workers-entrepreneurs/#:~:text=The%20special%20tax%20regime%2C%20amended,their%20tax%20residence%20in%20Italy.   Pretty low taxes for self employed in Italy for 5 years.   Was wodnering if someone knows about it? And whether there could be some catch.    Appreciate any pointers.
  3. Also, btw Sofia is way underratead as a city.   I was there once. Friendly people. Amazing light feeling in the air. Low salary and low taxes. But life is good in Bulgaria. Zoom is coming after many countries in western Europe... 
  4. I am moving to Pilsen guys.   Well, you Italy just reduced their taxes for white collars. on 120k salary - you can get 105k in hand. Now, beat that. That too for 5 years.   Folks anyone for Milan here?
  5. Buy and selling carbon credits

    Hey all,  Was wondering if there is a way I could buy and sell carbon credits online?    https://www.tradingview.com/symbols/ICEEUR-ECFZ2021/   The price has been gng up and would love to make some money - rather than sitting in cash.   Appreciate any pointers. Cheers! kay
  6. Folks wait for einbürgerungszusicherung is killing me... Seems like lot of German buero-kracy is about being plan-los.   Any tips or funny comments appreciated.
  7. Hello all, I am currently assessing investing in Rürup plan as the stock market is down (thank god I did not do so in 2019). Couple of questions, I seek your advice (not official "financial advice" ) ... just your experiences: 1) Post retirement - at 62 - is the money paid out in one go or is it staggered for some years? 2) Are there any major downsides to paying a big lumpsum only for one year? Or at max, paying only once in a while? Some years are good for me and some not. So, I do not want a fixed cost sitting on a permanent basis. Would appreciate if you could please share your experiences. Cheers! Kay