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Re: Day trading and declaration of taxes

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In general, and not restricted to the below, they will class you as professional if:
Will add that it's more likely if you work in finance and also for years when the markets are up (because you can deduct losses from your taxable income as a professional trader).
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This is the most accurate answer IMO. The original official doc is here (page 3).
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