Capital gains tax

Twitter Decided Instead of Musk to Sell 10% of His Tesla Shares

Twitter users have decided that entrepreneur Elon Musk will sell 10% of his shares in Tesla. This was done through a poll published by him, in which he stated that he would take the step if Twitter approved, and would take into account the results of the poll, whatever they may be.

More than 3.5 million people voted, and almost 58% of them answered "yes".

Proposal on cryptocurrency tax amended

Ljubljana – Only a day after putting out a proposal on taxation of trading in cryptocurrencies, the Financial Administration (FURS) said it will amend the proposal amid a strong response from stakeholders to give taxpayers the option to chose between paying tax either on the profits they make or as a percentage of the cryptocurrency they cash in.

FURS proposes special tax on cryptocurrencies

Ljubljana – The Financial Administration (FURS) has proposed changing how income from cryptocurrencies is being taxed so that a 10% tax rate would be imposed when the cryptocurrency is spent or turned into cash.

The administration proposes the tax, at a rate of 10%, be paid on the amount of cryptocurrency turned into another currency or spent for goods or services.

Tax emigres urged to invest

A joint decision by the ministries of Finance and Development paves the way for wealthy foreigners who have transferred their tax residence to Greece to invest in this country. They have three years after applying for a Greek tax number to invest at least 500,000 euros in real estate, stocks, bonds and fixed installations.

Draft bill foresees incentives for investors, stock options

Apart from the reduction of the corporate income tax from 28 to 24 percent and the halving of the tax on dividends from 10 to 5 percent, the government's draft tax bill includes a number of other incentives aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship, attracting highly skilled workers in Greece and bolstering investment activity to accelerate growth.

Greece to offer tax incentives in bid to lure rich foreigners

Greece will offer tax incentives to lure wealthy individuals to move their tax residence to the country as part of draft legislation on tax relief set to be announced on Thursday, a senior government official said.

Greece's conservative government is keen on attracting investments to boost the recovering economy's growth prospects.

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