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Any easy ways to launder 35k without paying taxes?

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Any easy ways to launder 35k without paying taxes?
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Buy prepaid visa giftcards. Say theyre gifts
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>>1768466
>launder
>without paying taxes
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>>1768466
ebay
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>>1768478
Wouldn't taxes have to be paid on sales from ebay? I don't know much about it.
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isn't the point of laundering money to pay taxes on it
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>>1768495
I thought the point was to turn dirty money into clean money that can be used much more versatilely.
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>>1768466
hypothetically, you would have a company on paper in switzerland, pay the company "consultation fees", of which would be your 35K, then have the company loan the money back to you for something legitimate like a house, car, whatever... none of that can be taxed and they have no way of verifying whether or not you are legitimate.

that's how. i don't know why you're talking about laundering. that's so you would make dirty money clean money. what I typed above is how to not pay taxes, and that information is readily available all over the internet. Don't do it though because it's obviously illegal.
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>>1768466
that seems like an awfully small amount of money to be 'laundering', maybe use the funds to buy a costco/BJs membership. Get supplies for a lemonade stand and a sturdy, high-quality pair of kneepads.
Good luck to you
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>>1768497
Do you know why money is dirty? Because you can't explain how you got it. If you paid taxes on it you don't need to explain how you got it because it's already been explained
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>>1768497
No, the point is to make illegal income (from drugs, stolen shit, fraud etc) look legal by paying taxes on it. This is done through a service based business like nail studios or car washers where you can easily fake the income.

35k is not worth laundering, just use it as your cash reserve and spend it on groceries/electronics/vacation pocket money. It will be gone in few years. Use your legal income to buy assets.
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>>1768505
this is the correct answer
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buy tons of food. then when it rots, write a book explaining how you lost all kinds of money when you tried to launder money by buying food. you will make all the money back. boom. laundered.
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-take the money and buy 30k bitcoin on localbitcoins for cash in person (from multiple people)
-set up a "software" company or something like a bot that likes twitter post, or follows and unfollows people. you can easily write the script or outsource for cheap whatever you plan
-put some seo on the site so it looks legit
-set payments only in bitcoins
-create fake orders to yourself (make it look legit with invoices, verifications, fake correspondance, etc)
-create multiple bitcoin wallets, use tumblers, etc to send the money to master wallet
-create a coinbase account with your real information, you should be able to sell 3-5k worth of bitcoin a day for cash to bank acc
-write it off as income from the software
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>>1768505
What if the money came from professional gambling winnings and their isn't a legal income. All life expenses are funneled through friends or paid in cash. You need to file taxes quarterly as a professional gambler, and you get raped on the tax percentage on it.
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>>1768505
well learnt from Better Call Saul
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>>1768466
Buy a three-consonant dot com domain.
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>>1768497
This.

Jesus fuck op.

Just start a shitty business and run it at a loss.


That or you know, not go to prison and just fork over the 10k faggot...
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>>1768466
i just sold my car and accepted payment through my business account, i sold it for 3k (less than original purchase). I'm self employed and that's the only revenue I took in, do I need to file schedule C or can I ignore it? I was gonna work on starting a business but life got in da way so it's postponed. what do? am I in trable?
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