Anton anonymous

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  1. @mannes @dampstew@Marianne013 Thanks for the light notes. I remember, when I tried to apply for 2000 euro loan in US. The Bank asked my credit history (I had no idea). They told, without credit history, you won't get a loan despite crediting my salary in the same bank. The funny thing is the following. I took a job and moved to US just two months prior to this incident. So, in principle I did not have any credit history. Finally, a friend helped. 
  2. There are some written rules people here are obliged to follow (even though it damn stupid). Here, are the examples,  -Asking SCHUFA from a person who never worked (it is very clear from the valid papers he or she holds) -Asking people to get a certificate validating their foreign degrees (you need to send it to a weird center in Bonn, and get a certificate) -Asking German documents of your marriage certificate. And then, the city officials will recognize the marriage (Here, you should note that, the translator have no idea about your document. Why the hell there is no system to verify directly with the other country) -Never ending paper work even for people legally came to Germany and paid taxes every month for 10 years (never claimed any unemployment benefits) Over the time, you will used to this type of idiotic habit based patterns. Most importantly, you will inherit some of the patterns later on (sure, if you live in one country for more than 5 years, you are going to get some good and bad habits from natives as well).  Try to be reasonable. And live to the hour and beyond. My friend!.Give that damn, SCHUFA and get used to the culture of providing any document they ask for.
  3. Taxation on crypto currencies - please read before asking

    Hi @jbabel Thanks for clearing. I started to sell this year. Did not hold some for 365 days. I will do for some holdings. Seems, I should report the coins I sold with some euro profits.  Cheers
  4. Taxation on crypto currencies - please read before asking

    Hi pandaMunich, Thanks for your answers. I have only one question. I bought some crypto in 2017 . I never sold any of them till now. Do I still need to report them for 2017 tax applications to the finanzamt. I would be grateful, if you could answer. Thanks.