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The following coins can be used for making the payment…

Bitcoin (BTC),
Ethereum (ETH),
Litecoin (LTC),
Binance Coin (BNB),
Stellar (XLM),
Dash (Dash),
Dogecoin (DOGE),
Monero (XMR).

If you pay with Monero, the shopping cart could have difficulties with matching the payment (which is kind of a feature of Monero). If it takes to long for the payment confirmation to process, just let me know and I can email the book.

Email to admin@decentralizedlegalsystem.com if you have questions or something doesn’t work properly.

Does the information in this book apply to Americans?

As the only country in the developed world, the US taxes based on citizenship. Unlike European citizens, who are free to do as they please, for US Citizens (and Greencard hodlers) there will always be tax and reporting obligations in the US.

Having said that, I included a chapter specifically for Americans detailing four basic ways to reduce taxes that come straight from the IRS website. Moreover, Americans can benefit from the other wealth and asset protection strategies in this book.

Does this book explain exactly how to solve my tax situation of the last couple of years?

This book contains general information about the world-wide tax system and how Bitcoin relates to it. It is therefore unique, and especially vaulable for those suddenly realizing they are making significant gains and wondering what to do next.

It is not an analysis of the current laws and procedures of every different country and income stream in the world. There would no point in trying to make this, because it would be outdated at the moment of publication.

If you think there is a quick fix for some of the most important factors in your life (wealth and taxes) this is not for you. There are more than enough people who you can pay to tell you what you want to hear.

What if my government doesn’t allow this?

We aren’t living in the Soviet Republic. Governments are bound by laws.

When was the last time you actually read a tax law? They explain exactly when you have to pay taxes and when not. Most never bother and just use the idea of Big Brother as an excuse for not taking action.

Let us not forget you aren’t doing anything illegal by moving across borders or investing in foreign companies. The government has no business interfering in your affairs as long as you are transparent (and they won’t).

On a side note: a lot of crypto regulations—such as all the KYC nonsense on exchanges—are no longer created by governments but by globalist organizations. This is an important process to understand and it is explained in detail in the book.


What if I don’t want or cannot move?

If your facts and circumstances don’t change, neither does your tax situation. There are no magic pills or simple tricks. This book is also not about short-cuts.

This is a book about living an exciting international and sovereign life. If this is not what you want, this book is not for you.

Having said that, this book isn’t just about taxation.

It teaches having an international mindset and using the protection of multiple legal jurisdictions to increase your liberty and stay in control of your assets. This is essential knowledge if you wish to understand anything about the evolving crypto space or watched the news lately.

In short, this book can be highly beneficial even if you aren’t ready to move just yet…

Are there truly different tax systems?

In general, the right of a State to tax is based on two principles:

1. A connection of a person with the jurisdiction (such as residence, incorporation or permanent establishment). This is known as “Residence Jurisdiction.”

2. A source of income within the jurisdiction. This is known as “Source Jurisdiction.”

The tax laws of each country explain when you fall in any of these categories. But in general, if you (or your income) don’t fall in any of these two categories, a tax authority does NOT have the right to tax you.

Given that tax systems developed over centuries, every country is different. The essential point of this book is that certain countries don’t have income tax even though they have the right to tax. Or, they don’t tax certain types of income OR tax them at a low rate.

There are ways to structure your life in such away that taxes are minimized. Again, this is nothing strange. The Netherlands doesn’t tax rental income and capital gains, but they tax wealth. The UK doesn’t tax wealth, but it taxes capital gains. Logically, one is good for having wealth, the other for making gains.

Another example: countries in Central America don’t tax income sourced abroad.

Is this legal?

What in essence is explained here is that there are different tax systems in different countries.

Next is explained how to move from country A to country B. This is a fundamental human right, and one of the founding principles of the EU. This is therefore 100% legal.

This book strongly advocated against “black hat” tactics (these are not needed), and doesn’t include tips on hiding from the tax authorities. If that is what you want don’t buy this book or email me.

On a final note: this is an overview of how the international tax system works and not specialized tax or legal advice for your unique situation.