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Forex Market & Taxes question// How do I lower my tax obligations?

Nov 19 2014 at 19:41
30 posts
Dear tradersFX: Do any of you guys know how to offset your tax liability by forming a company? I dont know anything about this. You hear of people doing this kind of thing all the time but I dont know how to do it or what type of compnay to form. I am looking for suggestions. FX trading brings about an heavy tax liability. It almost like having a trade going against you after you make your profits. In the usa you must pay 30% in tax. This is huge. Please help.

Its a struggle out here to make profits.

lostfox (lostfox)
Nov 21 2014 at 07:49
8 posts
If/when to form a company, as well as which type to form, can be very complex and is unique to each person. Finding a reputable CPA, who specializes in trading, would be the best person to contact. They can learn about your particular situation and recommend the best configuration to protect you.

I used to try to do it all myself. It was agonizing and I never knew for sure if I was doing it correctly. Paying a CPA who specialized in trading really allowed me to focus on what I like... trading!

The Trend is your Friend. ~~
Nov 21 2014 at 11:26
30 posts
thanks for the insight and help. Some of us have had no idea how to correctly pursue this thought,.

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