The Ministry of Economy in Argentina is responsible for managing the country’s economic policy. They have passed a law encouraging Argentines with bitcoin holdings to register them. This incentive comes in the form of a reduced tax rate. This law was made by the Ministry of Economy which is responsible to manage the country’s economy policy.
According to Errepar, Sergio Massa, Economy Minister, submitted a draft of legislation titled Externalization of Argentine Savings. This was in the purpose of preventing money laundering.
An affidavit identifies assets owned by an individual and is made under oath. To comply with government requirements, holders of crypto assets will need to submit an affidavit. To encourage people to declare their assets, the law gives them tax breaks to help motivate them.
Individuals who disclose their assets in the first ninety day of the law’s implementation are subject to a 2.5% tax on capital gains from their cryptocurrency holdings. Only those who disclose their assets will be subject to this tax.
This tax rate would go up by a small amount each three months until it reaches the normal capital gains tax rate for the nation of fifteen percent, currently fifteen percent. After that, it would be at fifteen percent.
In addition, the measure aims to encourage Argentines and others to disclose their financial assets. These assets could be subject taxation as capital gains. These assets could include stocks, bonds, or other investment vehicles. These assets could be fiat currency or shares or stocks, real property, or household furnishings. The proposal will be considered and voted upon during the next meeting of the parliamentary session.
Argentines have been attracted to cryptocurrencies by the country’s high inflation and because they are easy to use for transactions involving currencies from other countries.