DOGECOIN: PERSONAL INCOME IN CASE OF GAINS - DEDUCTIBLE EXPENSE IN CASE OF LOSSES
When you earn money by selling cryptocurrency, you need to pay taxes on gains. The tax rate is the same as you would pay for personal income - so 37-52% depending on your tax bracket.
Due to the current taxation laws for dogecoin and other cryptocurrencies, you cannot deduct losses from any gains, when you lose money on selling cryptocurrency. Here, you will get a deductible expense, corresponding to a tax value of about 25%.
This means that you will be taxed with 37-52% in case of any gains, while you will get 25% in deductible expenses in case of any losses. If you were to earn 1,000 on dogecoin, and you pay 37% in taxes, you would have to pay 370 DKK in taxes. And if you’ve lost 1,000 DKK on dogecoin in the same year, you would “get” 250 DKK back.
An overall result of -120 DKK, even if you’ve technically broken even. This is called asynchronous taxation, which you can read more about here .