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South Korea aims to delay crypto tax by one year from 2023

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November 30, 2021

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s Finance Ministry on Tuesday said that the National Assembly has passed a bill to roll back the planned taxation on income from cryptocurrency trading for one year.

After the bill receives approval at plenary session, the country will begin to impose a 20% capital gains tax on any annual profits over 2.5 million earned from cryptocurrency trading. death beginning January 2023.

The government previously said it would start imposing the tax from January next year.

The National Assembly is scheduled to meet in plenary session on December 2.

(Reporting by Joori Roh, editing by Ed Osmond)

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