Tagged: Crypto Taxes

South Korean Digital Asset Investors Might Have to Pay Up to 20% in Taxes on Capital Gains from Crypto Trading

South Korea’s private sector members have revealed that the nation’s citizens may have to pay as much as 20% of their cryptocurrency earnings in taxes. The country’s lawmakers have said that virtual currencies are like electronic or digital certificates of economic value that may be… Read More

Bitcoins Used to Pay for Products are Taxable Income, Wages Paid in Virtual Currency are Subject to Witholding, Turbo Tax Explains

Gary Guthrie from ConsumerAffairs notes that the July 15, 2020 tax-filing deadline for US taxpayers is approaching, and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) plans to ensure that US residents have the appropriate tools and services to assist them with filing taxes and meeting their obligations…. Read More

Majority of Cryptocurrency Users Worldwide Support Taxation of Digital Asset Transactions: Survey

A new survey performed by Childly, a South Korean digital asset wallet developer, has revealed that two-thirds, or 66%, of respondents, support the idea of taxing cryptocurrency transactions. The poll of over 5,750 digital currency users, based in different countries throughout the world,  found that… Read More

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