I often lose gold in Stock King and Capitalism. Is there something wrong?

There is nothing in the game's logic that works to the user's disadvantage depending on their status. On the contrary, in places like the bond market, we defined the probability slightly higher than the actual figures, because we felt that the perceived chance was lower than the actual figures.

I want to start the game over from the beginning.

For Stock King, it is possible to start the game over from the beginning by deleting and reinstalling the game because the data is stored on the device. 

For Capitalism, you can use the reset button in Fairy Capital or Options to reset the market and gold while preserving the gold bars and trade expansion you have accumulated before.

It's strange that taxes are too high in capitalism.

I'll explain the tax structure to you. The concept of tax here is more of a property tax rather than a transaction tax.

First, let me tell you how taxes are calculated for each part:

Real estate: 35% of the total value held

Stocks: 15.5% of the total value held

Coins: 20% of the total value held

Futures market: 20% of the total value held

Cash: 50% of the total value held

From this total, the debt is subtracted.

Then, the total taxable amount is divided as follows:

10,000,000: Tax rate 0%

100,000,000: Tax rate 0.2% 0.1% (taxable amount * 0.001)

1,000,000,000: Tax rate 0.4% 0.2% (taxable amount * 0.002)

10,000,000,000: Tax rate 0.8% 0.3%

50,000,000,000: 1% 0.4%

100,000,000,000: 1.5% 0.5%

1,000,000,000,000: 2% 1%

5,000,000,000,000: 3% 2%

50,000,000,000,000: 7% 3%

500,000,000,000,000: 10% 4%

5,000,000,000,000,000:  15% 5%

10,000,000,000,000,000: 20% 6%

100,000,000,000,000,000: 22% 7%

1,000,000,000,000,000,000: 25% 8%

3,000,000,000,000,000,000: 28% 9%

5,000,000,000,000,000,000: 30% 10%

In this game, there are no special adversities, so taxes are a bit stronger for the very wealthy.

(In the past, there were enemies as adversities, but they have been removed)

In reality, many countries also impose heavy taxes on the wealthy, so this has been applied.

As you can see, bank deposits are not included in the tax calculation.

Use this as a tax evasion feature.

(The actual model I had in mind was to tie up some funds in the bank and slowly progress the game in a situation where there is too much liquidity)

What happens in the game when the lifespan runs out?

If the lifespan is completely depleted and results in death, 50% of the assets are paid in inheritance tax, and the game continues with a 20-year-old character.