Okay. So you've got in, bought some cryptos, hopefully seen your profits increase and now cashed out for a sizeable gain.
The only thing left to do, before you go spending all that money, is pay your taxes.
I know this is not the most exciting part of the guide, but it's potentially the most important.
You don't want SARS to come knocking at your door, because you didn't pay any tax.
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You've decided you want to invest in cryptocurrencies.
You've opened an account with a cryptocurrency exchange.
You've deposited your money and bought some Bitcoin, Ethereum or another cryptocurrency.
Now how do you make sure your cryptos are secure and stored safely?
Well, before I tell you, you need to know that storing cryptos isn't like storing cash. There are no intermediaries... ››› more
Welcome to the second part of my “Beginner's guide to investing in crypto”.
Last week, in part one, I covered…
The number one rule for crypto investing
One type of crypto
The best ways to research cryptos.
If you haven’t caught up on part one yet, you can read it here.
Today, we’ll cover more about the different types of cryptos and why you w... ››› more
Penny stocks are riskier than larger stocks, but they also have the potential to turbo charge your profits.
So if you want to start investing in penny stocks, how can you begin?
What sort of account do you need with a stock broker?
How much should you invest?
And why are penny stocks worth the extra risk?
To find out the answers to these questions and much more, let's take a clos... ››› more
Investing in carefully chosen pieces of art is a great alternative to stocks for growing your wealth.
But where do you start?
What can you do to ensure you make a good investment? And what pieces of art tend to appreciate best in price?
Read on to find out…
Follow these five rules when investing in art
Investing in collectibles, like art, is a great way to add diversification ... ››› more
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