The cautionary tax tale of Roger Ver, AKA 'Bitcoin Jesus'
Professional advisers often warn of the risks of 'letting the tax tail wag the dog' and the tail of Roger Ver should certainly act as a cautionary anecdote on the dangers of ignoring the wider implications of tax planning decisions.
Often dubbed 'Bitcoin Jesus' by the press, Roger Ver made his fortune in digital currency. Investing in his first Bitcoin in 2011, by the end of that same year he had made his first million dollars.
To read the restof hte sorry tale go to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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