Those affected by the crypto crash, the widespread cryptocurrency market crash, They must submit their losses to the 2022 income campaign in Spain. From the treasury Inspections are activated to locate irregularities in the declarations by investors in virtual currencies.
However, according to data from TaxDown, only 4% of the declarations presented by the platform involve cryptocurrencies. Now the tax authority is finalizing a new regulation for this type of coin, which will require companies and individuals to submit annual informative models on the cryptos they manage both in Spain and abroad.
Given the bearish scenario of cryptocurrencies Many investors choose to exit their virtual currencies even if they lose money included. This investment liquidation measure must be declared in next year’s income campaign, even if money was actually lost, tax experts at TaxDown confirm.
On the other hand, the Ministry of Finance has already put the magnifying glass on cryptocurrencies in this campaign. The number of notices sent out by the tax authority was 233,000, which is 1.474% more than in the previous year, when only 14,800 notices were sent. Despite this increase in the number of alerts, according to the same study cited above, they were only sent to 3.33% of investors in these types of coins.
To avoid government injunctions, Crypto investors who sold last year have one week to factor those moves into their personal income tax.
Cryptocurrencies were released in the declaration with a new box this year. Nevertheless, next year the way these virtual currencies are declared will change again. The tax authority is finalizing a new regulation, which is currently the subject of a public hearing, meaning it is open to accepting allegations and proposals until next July 8th. If successful, the public body will oblige natural and legal persons of crypto services to submit annually informative models about the virtual currencies they manage both in Spain and abroad.
â€žPublic bodies are still considering how to deal with cryptocurrencies and how to most effectively declare this type of currency. Therefore, everything indicates that the changes in the declaration of these virtual currencies will be constant in the coming years‘ confirmed Enrique García, CEO and co-founder of TaxDown.
Next year, the Treasury will tighten crypto controls
Starting next year, both individuals and companies in Spain that own cryptocurrencies or conduct cryptocurrency transactions will have to report their activities by submitting them to the tax authority. The Ministry of Finance has therefore presented it in a draft of the decree that will be issued with the aim of monitoring activities related to cryptocurrencies.
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