Tagged: tax

Update: Coconut Surpasses £1 Million Through Crowdcube Round

UK-based current accounting and tax platform Coconut has successfully secured more than £1 million in funding from over 1,000 investors through its equity crowdfunding round on Crowdcube. The campaign was launched earlier this month and quickly raised its initial £500,000 funding target.  As previously reported, Coconut describes… Read More

Accounting & Tax Platform Coconut Quickly Secures £500,000 Funding Target on Crowdcube

UK-based current accounting and tax platform Coconut has quickly secured its initial £500,000 funding target through equity crowdfunding platform, Crowdcube. Founded in 2016, Coconut describes itself as a current account that takes care of a user’s accounting and tax. The platform is designed specifically for freelancers,… Read More

OECD Secretary General Report Looks at Cryptocurrency Tax Implications: “The Era of Bank Secrecy Is Over”

In its new study, the OECD Secretary General examines cryptocurrency and its tax consequences in the two part Report to G20 Finance Ministers & Central Bank Governors. Part I reports on the activities and achievements of the OECD’s tax agenda, and reviews significant achievements while looking ahead at… Read More

NODE40 Provides Tax Compliance to Cryptocurrency, Now Supports Coinbase Users

Bitcoin Tax Software NODE40 has announced it can now support Coinbase users in time for the April tax deadline (US). NODE40 is targeting Coinbase’s 13+ million users and the fact they must report capital gains and losses for their crypto trades during 2017. During 2017,… Read More

Israeli Private Individuals Investing on OurCrowd Now Entitled to Significant Tax Deductions

Today the OurCrowd Global Summit 2018 opens in Jerusalem, Israel, reportedly the largest equity crowdfunding event in the world, and the largest investor event in the entire Middle East. The event will bring together Corporate partners, including GE, Honda, DuPont, Samsung, entrepreneurs, global delegations from… Read More

UK Tax Authority HM Revenue and Customs Opens Up ISAs To P2P Investment Trusts

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the UK tax authority, will allow savers to hold peer-to-peer lending investment trusts in their Individual Savings Accounts (ISA), according to CityWire Money. The change will take effect July 1–in about two weeks. The move is part of the government’s alternative… Read More

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