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    Betting taxes in EU countries

    Hi everyone,
    I remember once I read a topic here, where EU citizens from different countries collected almost all EU countrie's betting taxes terms and regulations by their own experiences.
    Now I don't find this topic...
    Does anyone know where can I find this? Would be much appreciated!!!

    #2
    That';s a veeeery old post but still... what do you mean by taxes (does anyone know?)? As in, if I win wtc amount from a bookie how much tax it will have? I guess it has to have that, yeah... Still new, so will appreciate info too

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      #3
      In Slovenia there are two kind of taxes applied when you bet. The first is 10% when you place a bet it is calculated the way that 10% is deducted from odds you are taking. So, your winnings are 10% less than your odds show.
      But that is not all, our idiotic country then calculates one more tax on betting: for all winnings over 300 **8364; you pay 10% more so it is almost impossible to win.
      And they are then thinking why everyone tries to bet everywhere elso just not in Slovenia
      MacotBet follow me on BA http://forum.bettingadvice.com/showt...=39806&page=34

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        #4
        Damn that is harsh, First 10% I guess can be justified because it makes sense to have some kind of tax but the next ones aren't great. It's sort of like they punish you for being good at what you're doing. It's like the good old discussion about flat taxes or not related to how much each person earns... Have always been a fan of flat taxes so the second 10% on winnings here don't make sense to me either. Anyway, this makes me wanna check taxes in Netherlands because if I win a bigger amount which is suddenly in my bank account, they will ask me where I get this money from and will def apply taxes, I think.

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          #5
          In Romania you have like 15 allowed bookies(and about 1000 backlisted so if I tell you some names probably 2 or 3 sound familiar like unibet,winmasters and netbet),some of those copy each other like Stanleybet copies unibet,etc.There is a 1% tax on all withdrawals less than roughly 15.000 euros, and 2 % tax on each deposit. Local shops have the usual 5% comission on your stake.

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            #6
            Do these taxes apply to all bookmakers or only to certain ones?

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