South Korean authorities delays crypto tax rules by three months

South Korean government delays crypto tax regulations by three months

The South Korean National Assembly plans to delay the implementation of new income tax laws on cryptocurrency profits following appeals from industry associations.

After a November 25th report On the Korean-language news website DongA, the 20% tax originally to be levied from October 2021 will only come into force on January 1, 2022.

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