Rent your home to your business, no more than 14 days per year.
This one has some hoops to jump through, but doable...
In general, renting your home creates taxable income to you.
In the US there is a 14-day exception:
Rent your home no more than 14 days in a tax year and you don't have to report the income.
If you have a business where you would occasionally rent out space for meetings/other reasons and your home is sufficient, you can charge your business (a deduction) and not pick up any income to yourself (if under 14 days).
Taxation of an Initial Coin Offering (“ICO”) or initial tokenization.
Want to tokenize some art, an piece of property, or even yourself??
How is the tokenization taxed?
Crypto is so new and unique that we don’t have full guidance on it for tax.
So in looking at an ICO, we have to think about how the token will behave.
Equity - if the feels like equity, long term participation and upside, it’s like an IPO and generally no tax to the issuer.
Debt - If it feels like debt, interest paid, and no upside, then it’s like a debt issuance and should not create tax to the issuer. Note if there is no interest, but determined to be debt, there could be deemed periodic taxable interest income to the investor.
How people do one thing, they do everything, whether it’s ordering take out, building a business, or monetizing a social media following.
This principle amps up the more successful someone is.
I’ve read enough tweets and had enough phone conversations to tell you this:
@oliviercantin does everything methodically and systematically. He’s precise and has a great idea where the bullseye is. If he misses, he’s got enough other calculated bets that will hit home.
@lawrencekingyo will not be controlled. He’s his own guy and while he loves making money, he’d die on a hill with two pesos in his pocket before he’d let anyone else call his shots. He’s also a nice guy and generous - genuinely likes helping others.