Argentina’s tax authority AFIP reportedly ordered domestic crypto exchanges and payment firms to provide monthly reports of all kinds of operations.
“I have worked with this person for many years, and he has a tendency to try to change the terms of payment after agreeing on a certain way of operating,” said the contract worker.
A new survey in South Korea has shown that 53.7% of respondents support the upcoming implementation of capital gain taxes on profits from crypto trading, local outlet Yonhap News Agency reported today.
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The chairman of South Korea’s Financial Services Commission (FSC), Eun Sung-soo, has ordered the regulator’s employees involved in digital assets-related policymaking to disclose their crypto holdings by May 7, local outlet The Korea Times reported today.
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Only 0.3% of taxpayers in the U.S. would be hit by higher levies on their investments under the new capital tax plan, a senior Biden administration official said.
South Korean officials are in talks to delay a crypto taxation law scheduled for later this year, as per a report by local daily Hankyung today.
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South Korea’s Seoul metropolitan government has seized 25 billion won ($22 million) worth of crypto from tax evaders—directly out of their exchange accounts, local news outlet Yonhap reported yesterday.
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