Thank you, and thanks for your questions. Keep in mind that you should ask your accountant, as I'm not one.

For transferring, technically it's a transaction, so I think there should be taxes involved. But there could be exceptions that I'm not aware of.

For losses, I personally think that 1) it's a very shady world, and 2) if I'm not wrong you can only file a negligible amount in losses, at least as an individual. Given that your personal gain is very low, and the risk of calling unnecessary attention is high, I'd avoid it. But as I said, ask your accountant for directions.

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