Let's say I wired $300k to a company account (not mine) in Hong Kong last year. And let's say that $300k gets wired back to my personal account in the US next year.
Does either wire transfer raise a flag/SAR or get automatically reported to the IRS?
Does it carry a tax reporting requirement on my next filing?
Suspicious Activity Report
I didn't invest my money, I lent it. I have an invoice showing that I bought inventory for that amount and I can have another one showing I sold it back when I need to wire the funds back to the US.
Setup 1 company in america, or have a friend in the inside, but some shit off him like a car then refund it.
Or transfer money to paypal and then transfer it back? I'm not sure how that works.
There's money exchange places that you could change money over and then change it back, but I'd assume there would be a law or some type of shit preventing all of what I said.
Send me the moneys and I will send you the bitcoins. Totally scamproof
But still, what stops you from giving out those details to for instance bitcoin dot nazi? Just make sure to route them through some accounts before they get back.