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BE 🇧🇪 – Documents provided by Waltio

Documents and forms for Belgium

Updated over a week ago

Hi there 👋

To use Waltio, you need to upload your files(from your exchanges and wallets).

Once the taxable amount is calculated, Waltio create 4 documents :

  • Tax certificate for the correct reporting of taxable gains - This is a legal letter that certifies the calculation work done. It shows the overall capital gain or loss as well as the income capital gains and informs where to report these amounts in the tax return ;

  • Summary - This gives an overview of the gains and losses made over the year, but also provides an overview by income category (staking gains, salaries, etc.);

  • Stock sheet- This document allows you to track the stock and its value over time. In case of an error in the account, it allows to easily identify it.

  • The “Bookkeeping Ledger”- This document is not to be attached to the capital gain's declaration. However, in the event of a tax audit, it must be sent to the tax authorities. It allows to justify the calculations made.

To find them, you will have to launch a report, then, on the report page, click on “Download”. You can download them in .XLSX (Excel) or in .PDF :

💡 The stock sheet is a document provided for information purposes, it has no interest to be shared with the tax authorities.

💡 If you're a professional, these documents can be given to a lawyer or a chartered accountant to help you with your calculations.

The primary mission of our tool is to calculate and declare capital gains. Thus, our documents produced are not intended to attest to the origin of the funds withdrawn and/or transferred to your bank account. However, they do allow you to prove your good faith and your tax compliance. If your bank asks you for proof, we suggest that you send them the documents produced by Waltio and ask them if they are suitable.

If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to contact us via the chat just at the bottom right of your screen! 💬

The Waltio team

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