|会社名||IRSA Inversiones y Representaciones S.A. (Argentina) （IRSA INVERSION）|
|概要||アイアルエスエー・インバーショネス・ワイ・リプレゼンテーションズ(Irsa Inversiones y Representaciones SA)は不動産会社である。同社は直接的・間接的に子会社・ジョイントベンチャーを通して、アルゼンチンにおいてショッピングセンターの買収・開発・運営、住宅地の開発・売却、オフィス・ショッピングセンター以外のレンタル用不動産の取得・開発、高級ホテルの取得・運営、未来開発・売却用の未開拓保留地の取得及びアルゼンチン以外での指定された不動産投資などを含む各種の不動産関連活動に携わる。同社は不動産開発・販売、オフィス・ショッピングセンター以外の不動産、ショッピングセンター、ホテル運営、消費者金融及び金融事業・その他の6つの事業区分を運営する。平成24年6月30日現在、同社はBanco Hipotecario S.A.の29.77％持分を保有した。 IRSAインベルシオネス・イ・レプレセンタシオネスは、アルゼンチンの不動産投資会社。不動産の買収、開発、販売を手掛ける。ポ―トフォリオは商業ビル、ショッピングセンタ―、小売店舗、オフィス不動産、住宅用不動産、高級ホテルなどで構成される。本社はブエノスアイレス。 IRSA Inversiones y Representaciones SA engages in the real estate business. It operates through the Operations Center in Argentina and Operations Center in Israel segments. The Operations Center in Argentina segment operates in the following segments: shopping malls, offices and others, sales and developments, hotels, international, and financial operations, corporate and others. The Operations Center in Israel segment operates in the following segments: real estate, supermarkets, telecommunications, insurance, and others. The company was founded on April 30, 1943 and is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina.|
|本社所在地||Bolivar 108 1st Floor Buenos Aires C1066AAD ARG|
|代表者氏名||Eduardo Sergio Elsztain|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer|
|決算概要||BRIEF: For the six months ended 31 December 2018 Irsa Inversiones y Rprsntcins SA (ADR) revenues increased 17% to P$27.88B. Net loss before extraordinary items totaled P$5.99B vs. income of P$8.47B. Revenues reflect Shopping Centers segment increase of 32% to P$8.76B Telecommunications segment increase of 11% to P$15.64B Israel (Country) segment increase of 19% to P$22.15B.|
Bitcoin hits $14K, UNI airdrop rejected, scammers target Trump: Hodler’s Digest, Oct. 26–Nov. 1 2020/11/01 20:02:54 Cointelegraph
The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — one week on Cointelegraph in one link! Coming every Sunday, Hodlers Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more a week on Cointelegraph in one link. Top Stories This Week Bitcoin price hits $14,000 Exactly 12 years after white paper released On Oct. 31, 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto released a white paper setting out his vision for Bitcoin. Fast forward 12 years, and BTC has hit $14,000 for the first time since January 2018 a rally fueled by institutional investors. Bitcoins monthly candle also closed above $13,000 , indicating a technical breakout. The question now is this : Whats going to happen next? It seems like the likelihood of a new bull cycle is heavily increasing, as the price of Bitcoin continues to make new higher highs and higher lows.
The IRS Is Cracking Down on Crypto Taxes: What You Need to Know - The Bitcoin Street Journal 2020/11/01 05:12:47 The Bitcoin Street Journal
The IRS Is Cracking Down on Crypto Taxes: What You Need to Know Chandan Lodha, the cofounder and CEO of CoinTracker, talks about the 10,000 letters the IRS sent to cryptocurrency holders last week, what kinds of letters were sent, what recipients should do depending on what type of letter they received and how theRead More
IRS draft on cryptocurrency tax filing is now live | Cryptopolitan 2020/10/31 11:00:48 Cryptopolitan
New procedures are in line with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for cryptocurrency tax filing. A few days ago, the draft announcement clearly highlighted
How the IRS tracks down people who don’t report their crypto - The Bitcoin Street Journal 2020/10/30 21:46:43 The Bitcoin Street Journal
How the IRS tracks down people who don’t report their crypto Crypto income taxation is a murky arena at present. It would seem that even the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, has a tough time figuring out who owes what, according to Wendy Walker, solution principal at the tax compliance company Sovos. “In the typicalRead More
How the IRS tracks down people who don’t report their crypto 2020/10/30 21:30:00 Cointelegraph
The United States tax authority doesn't seem to be very efficient when it comes to tracking down who owes crypto taxes — for now. Crypto income taxation is a murky arena at present. It would seem that even the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, has a tough time figuring out who owes what, according to Wendy Walker, solution principal at the tax compliance company Sovos. "In the typical tax system, the IRS uses 1099 reporting," Walker told Cointelegraph in an interview. "So, 1099, W2, that tax reporting, it's the primary tool that they use to enforce tax compliance," she added. When people fail to report their crypto activities, the IRS is left with a headache. In 2019, 10,000 crypto-involved people received warning letters from the IRS , informing some folks that they owed money, or had incurred fines. Others were told to add their crypto activities onto their reporting. The tax authority also just recently added a question to the top of the 1040 form, asking filers if they handled crypto at all during the relative tax year. "Now they're getting back all of this information to substantiate that they have to sift through," Walker explained. " To combat this massive pile of data, in May 2020 the IRS publicized its request for proposal, or RFP — a search for digital asset-savvy persons to navigate the stacks of information, Walker mentioned. "My point is that they go about it the hard way.
IRS Releases 2021 Inflation Adjustments 2020/10/27 17:02:00 Wealth Management
Revenue Procedure 2020-45 provides updates for more than 60 tax provisions.
Coronavirus stimulus check: IRS again extends deadline to claim $500 dependent payment 2020/10/27 16:50:13 ValueWalk
To ensure that all who are eligible for a stimulus payment get what they deserve, the IRS has again extended the deadline. This latest deadline extension is for those who have received their coronavirus stimulus check, but didn’t get the $500 dependent payment. Such persons can now claim the dependent payment by Nov. 21. Q3 […] The post Coronavirus stimulus check: IRS again extends deadline to claim $500 dependent payment appeared first on ValueWalk .
IRS holding ‘National EIP Registration Day’ for those still missing coronavirus stimulus check 2020/10/27 13:29:48 ValueWalk
There are no signs yet of the second stimulus check. The IRS, however, is making persistent efforts to ensure that those still missing their first coronavirus stimulus check, claim it quickly. For the same reason, the IRS has now marked Nov. 10 as “National EIP Registration Day” as a final push to inform those who […] The post IRS holding ‘National EIP Registration Day’ for those still missing coronavirus stimulus check appeared first on ValueWalk .
IRS Makes Answering the “Yes or No” Bitcoin Question Much Easier 2020/10/27 11:05:47 Crypto Briefing
The 2021 Capital Gains Tax Rate Thresholds Are Out – What Rate Will You Pay? 2020/10/27 10:15:00 Kiplinger Washington Editors
If you sell stocks, mutual funds or other capital assets that you held for at least one year, any gain from the sale is taxed at either a 0%, 15% or 20% rate. Those tax rates for long-term capital gains are typically much lower than the ordinary tax rates you'd otherwise pay, which can be as high as 37%. SEE MORE IRS Releases Income Tax Brackets for 2021 However, which one of those capital gains rates – 0%, 15% or 20% – applies to you depends on your taxable income. The higher your income, the higher the rate. The taxable income thresholds for the capital gains tax rates are adjusted each year for inflation. The IRS has already released the 2021 thresholds ( see table below ), so you can start planning for 2021 capital asset sales now. 2021 Capital Gains Tax Rate Thresholds Capital Gains Tax Rate Taxable Income (Single) Taxable Income (Married Filing Separate) Taxable Income (Head of Household) Taxable Income (Married Filing Jointly) 0% Up to $40,400 Up to $40,400 Up to $54,100 Up to $80,800 15% $40,401 to $445,850 $40,401 to $250,800 $54,101 to $473,750 $80,801 to $501,600 20% Over $445,850 Over $250,800 Over $473,750 Over $501,600 Tax on Net Investment Income There's an additional 3.8% surtax on net investment income (NII) that you might have to pay on top of the capital gains tax. (NII includes, among other things, taxable interest, dividends, gains, passive rents, annuities and royalties.) You must pay the surtax if you're a single taxpayer with modified adjusted gross income over $200,000 or a married couple filing a joint return with modified AGI over $250,000.
Hurricane tax relief from Hurricane Laura: Do I qualify? 2020/09/21 20:02:50 AOL
Filed under: Finance , Tax , Taxes The relief provided and applicable timelines individuals, self-employed individuals and business taxpayers. Individual tax returns Corporate tax returns Partnership tax returns S corporation tax returns Estate and trust tax returns Estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax returns Annual information returns of tax-exempt organizations Employment and certain excise tax returns Form 5500 series returns Quarterly estimated tax payments due during the time period are extended — including the third-quarter estimated tax payment due September 15, 2020. Payroll and excise tax deposits follow different rules. Any deposits due after August 22, 2020, but before September 8, 2020, will not incur penalties as long as the deposits are paid by September 8, 2020. A tax break for certain disaster-related losses You'll need to include the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declaration number "FEMA 4559" and have "Louisiana - Hurricane Laura" printed in bold letters at the top of the form when completing Form 4684. your 2020 tax return, filed in early 2021, or your 2019 tax return, originally due July 15, 2020.
GAO urges IRS to update estimate of people who have yet to receive stimulus payments 2020/09/21 19:23:12 The Hill
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Monday urged the Treasury Department and IRS to update and refine their estimate of the number of people who have not yet received their coronavirus relief payments, saying that doing so "could provide…
The IRS is looking for millions of Americans who haven’t claimed their stimulus checks 2020/09/21 17:23:15 BGR
Most Americans won't be getting a new stimulus check anytime soon, thanks to the fact that Congress has been unable to reach an agreement on the specifics of what new coronavirus relief legislation should entail. Meanwhile, there are still several million Americans who have yet to take the necessary action required in order to claim their first stimulus check. That first stimulus check is the one made possible by the $2.2 trillion CARES Act that Congress passed back at the end of March, at the outset of the coronavirus crisis in the US. For all the talk, debate in Congress, and news coverage about whether or not Americans may get a new stimulus check soon -- emphasis on the "not," since Republicans and Democrats remain at an impasse over what benefits a new stimulus accord should entail -- that all obscures one fact that might surprise you. Several million people apparently still haven't claimed their first stimulus check -- the one funded by money appropriated by Congress as part of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act that was passed way back at the end of March.
The Annuity With a Tax-Planning Twist 2020/09/21 15:46:04 Kiplinger Washington Editors
Retirees sometimes feel like they’re being squeezed by two opposing goals. On the one hand, they should conserve their nest egg to prepare for longer life expectancies and the rising cost of long-term care. On the other, the IRS requires retirees to start drawing down their savings with required minimum distributions at age 72. SEE MORE QLACs Can Deliver Late-in-Life Income A qualified life annuity contract satisfies both goals. QLACs are a type of deferred income annuity. You transfer a portion of your savings from a retirement account, like an IRA or a 401(k), to an annuity company to purchase your contract. As of 2020, you can invest the lesser of $135,000 or 25% of your retirement account balance in a QLAC. The annuity company turns your deposit into payments, which you can delay taking until as late as age 85. Once you start receiving annuity income, the payments are guaranteed to last your entire life. Steven Kaye, managing director at Wealth Enhancement Group in Warren, N.J., describes QLACs as a form of longevity insurance. “If life expectancy at retirement is 85, that means half of retirees will live longer than age 85,” Kaye says. “By converting a portion of their savings into a QLAC, they create a stream of future income that they cannot outlive.” Although QLACs have been on the scene since 2014, they are hardly a household name, but legislation in 2019 and a rising tide of baby boomers entering their 70s could launch these contracts out of obscurity and into the retirement planning spotlight.
Uniswap payday, ETH transactions hit record high, EU backs stablecoins: Hodler’s Digest, Sept. 14–20 2020/09/20 21:17:18 Cointelegraph
The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — one week on Cointelegraph in one link! Coming every Sunday, Hodlers Digest tracks every important crypto news story from the previous week. Essential reading for all Hodlers! Top Stories This Week Frenzy as Uniswap launches new governance token Uniswap stole the show this week when it announced it was launching UNI, its very own governance token. A total of 1 billion tokens will exist, and anyone who has ever used the platform can claim 400 of them. Thousands came forward to accept their reward, and at one point, the airdrop was worth a cool $3,356. Not bad considering each token was initially priced at $3. Within a single day , UNI was listed on more than a dozen exchanges and had driven $1.8 billion in trading volume. Binance added to the excitement by announcing support for the token just 90 minutes after it went live. Many analysts were unsurprised when UNI rallied to highs of $8.60, and although the token has since had a correction, some traders believe the token could be worth many billions in the long term.
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