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Community to help crypto taxing in the US

Chair of the Senate Finance Committee, Ron Wyden, and ranking member, Mike Crapo, have taken a proactive step towards resolving the complex taxation issues surrounding digital assets. On July 11, they released an open letter, inviting the cryptocurrency community to provide their valuable insights on this intricate matter. The senators emphasized that the existing Internal Revenue Code of 1986 lacks a straightforward classification for digital assets, which creates complexities in reporting for taxpayers.

The Committee has directed its focus on nine main areas of interest, including income from staking and mining, reporting requirements for foreign companies, and the taxation of loans involving digital assets. Respondents are encouraged to review the background reading material provided by the Joint Committee on Taxation, which highlights the intricacies of these issues.

The deadline for submitting responses is September 8, 2023, offering a two-month window for the digital asset community to prepare their insights and suggestions.

The lawyer of the Consensys tweeted that their company would definitely join this discussion.

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