Law Project Presented in Argentinian Senate Proposes to Tax Undeclared Crypto...

Law Project Presented in Argentinian Senate Proposes to Tax Undeclared Crypto...

A new law project presented in the Argentinian Senate is seeking to start a fund to pay for part of the debt the country has with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The project, which is being pushed by members of the ruling party, would establish that Argentinian citizens have to pay taxes for certain assets held outside the country, including cryptocurrencies. Argentinian Law Project to Tax Foreign Properties A new law project presented in the Argentinian senate proposes a way of paying the debt of more than $44 billion that the country has with the International Monetary....


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