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Tried on /b/ but no bites. So wassup /biz/!!

Does anyone here know anything about money laundering??

I earn quite a lot of money each month, all of it cash-in-hand with no records kept in my real name. I'm trying to save for a house at the moment, and obviously I want to get away with declaring as little as possible so I can avoid paying exorbitant taxes on my hard earned mulah. I'm an ausfag for reference.

At the moment I'm putting a grand in my account each week, but I have a lot left over which is just sitting around. Kinda dangerous, and not earning any interest for me.

Does anyone know any good ways to launder money successfully? Like through a casino? Or through a gift-of-money?

Help a nigger out /biz/. Will answer any questions.
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>>977174
something something drop bears
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>I posted it again XD
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Does anyone know if there's a way to put large amounts of money in an account without the government becoming suspicious? Especially if the amount going into the account over the tax year is way more than money declared to tax?
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>>977181

Just put $9,998.10 into the account at each time.

The bank will have flags for people depositing $10,000+ or $9,999.99.

So when you deposit only $9,998.10, it's very random and they won't flag you.

:)

Other than that, they can't say anything with regards to tax or declared. They can ask questions, but they can't take your money.
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Have you tried bitcoin??
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>>977204
Don't I have to prove where I got the money from? If I have deposited, say, 50k into my account over a year, but only declared 30k, will they ask where that extra 20k came from?
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>>977174
You live in australia? I can help send funds over paypal or direct bank transfer to make it seem legit. Also I've got another way for you to launder money without the ATO finding out. Big money. I've been dodging the ATO for so long it's hilarious. I easily transferred 10k with no questions from my bank manager last year.
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>>977517
>>977174
>>977517
>Don't I have to prove where I got the money from? If I have deposited, say, 50k into my account over a year, but only declared 30k, will they ask where that extra 20k came from?
Convert your cash into bitcoins and contact me: [email protected]
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>>977525
10k in one day*
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>>977527
If you need help buying bitcoins also contact me at [email protected]
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>>977174
I should also tell you that casinos hire CRIMINOLOGISTS to investigate monetary collusion.. If you want to move bricks I can handle it.
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>>977204
>So when you deposit only $9,998.10, it's very random and they won't flag you.
>very random
Are you retarded? you think a few dollars is a arbitrary? OP IF YOU WANT TO MOVE BRICKS AND MONEY WITHOUT QUESTION CONTACT ME AT [email protected]
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>>977530

Have any tips on converting larger amounts of buttcoins into cash? say 3000 btc, for example.
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>>977174
Yo OP, what exactly do you do? No need for details that would not be work safe, not that prostitution is anything to be ashamed of, just a bit new to the whole biz world and trying to find ways to make money under the table.
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>>977174
Casinos fine for money that isnt counterfeit but "big wins" get taxes and its sort of a hassle of a way to clean 250 bucks at a time (a night of blackjack say)

I would go with the old "laundromat" staple. Low startup cost , low maintenance and a good amount of variability on the amount you could launder.

Keep in mind that anything we suggest will involve you losing money to taxes , thats the entire reason the money is "clean" uncle sam takes a bite and becomes satisfied
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>>977294
How does that help? If he buys the btc offline its at a premium (loses money) and then to convert to USD to buy things btc cant be used for (tons of great shit , like the house he wants for instance) he has to put it into a bank account
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>>977535
Nice try FBI
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>>977174
>Does anyone know any good ways to launder money successfully? Like through a casino? Or through a gift-of-money?

you're not asking to launder money though - you're asking to avoid or evade taxes which is something entirely different

with money laundering the issue is the source of the funds is dodgy - you often end up paying taxes as part of the process... I mean you'll pay taxes on big casino wins, or you'll put it through a business that deals with lots of tax - it is the paying of taxes and having a record that makes the money seem like it came from a legitimate source that is the aim there

you've already got money from some, presumably cash in hand business... you don't need to launder that just declare it if what you're doing isn't illegal... though as you want to avoid or minimise tax you'll need to look into becoming more tax efficient - can you set up a ltd company, are their expenses you can deduct, paying yourself dividends is usually a lower rate than paying income tax in most countries... you can also take some of the cash in hand money off the books and use for your general living expenses....

but basically, you don't sound like you want to launder anything
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>>977582
>or you'll put it through a business that deals with lots of tax

should read:

or you'll put it through a business that deals with lots of cash

doh!
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>>977554
Nice try FBI
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>>977582
Actually this. You're right, laundering isn't the right word. Tax evasion is what I've been meaning!

The way I'm getting my money isn't too dodgy. I could tell the government, it's not illegal. I don't have a super high cost of living, I'm deducting that from my declared tax anyway. The thing is if I'm going to be putting say 50k in my bank account this year I only want to pay tax on 30k.

I'm just worried they'll become suspicious.
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I don't think you can get the cash into your bank account without paying tax on it ,I would just live off the cash you have for every day expenses ,also just an idea but in the U.K. You can buy a gold Britannia coin that's legal tender (£100 worth) so you don't get taxed on it ,if something similar exists in aus then look into that,you could just buy a load of coins with cash then sell without getting taxed,as far as I understand it anyway.
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>>977204
That's actually illegal, it's called structuring and the IRS will seize your shit and not give it back just for fun
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>>977680
you're best off going to see an accountant

though obviously as you're getting paid in cash you've got a saving to be made right away by simply skimming some of it away and using it for every day expenses without declaring it... you'll need some furniture for your new house too presumably - pay for it in cash... you ought to be able to make use of some of the cash in this way though you still want to have some basic bills etc..coming out of your bank account so it isn't too suspicious

I think beyond that you need the accountant - if it is anything like the UK then a ltd company would likely save you some money - paying yourself in dividends, claiming a bunch of things against expenses... also if it is a short term thing you might be able to build up a bunch of cash in the business then withdraw it when you close down the business using some form of entrepreneur relief... - you can do that in the UK basically only paying 10% tax
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>>977861
for example a friend of mine was a contractor for a few years - he paid himself minimum wage from his ltd company and then some dividends on top of that in order to cover general living expenses... minimum wage salary is mostly untaxed as the personal allowance covers most of it, the dividends are taxed at a lower rate than a salary would be... the rest of the cash was accumulated in the ltd company which he then wound up after getting a permanent job and only paid 10% tax on thanks to entrepreneurs relief.
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>>977174
>Buy rare metals cash
>Sale rare metals with another rare metal dealer and have the proceed deposited to a hacked foreigned paypal account (they're sold throughtout many dealers on TOR at around $200).
>Make an ebay account for "art sales".
>"Sell art" to your foreign paypal account. It is expected that abstract art sells for couple of dozen grands a piece.

Do note that laundering money this way will cost you around 10% commission fees after the multiple transactions.
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