IRS calls for public feedback on taxing NFTs as collectibles
The IRS indicated that the plan issued an implementation opinion on treating NFT as collectibles under US tax law.
In a notice on March 21st, the IRS called on Americans to give feedback on how to pay tax on NFT as collectibles. According to the US government, under US tax law, collectibles "do not have the same beneficial income tax wage treatment as other capital assets", which seems to refer to the way encrypted assets are taxed in the US at this stage.
"before issuing additional guidance, the IRS is prepared to decide when to treat informal financial transactions as collectibles on the basis of perspective analysis," the notice said. " According to the perspective analysis, if the relevant control rights or property of non-profit financial institutions belong to the definition of accounts receivable in the tax law, then their non-profit financial enterprises are regarded as accounts receivable.
Under US tax law, a maximum of 28% income tax is levied on the sale of collectibles such as coins or handicrafts. The proposed IRS manual could use the same specifications to confirm the identity of coins, handicrafts or collectibles NFT.
The IRS requires recommendations to be submitted by June 19, so the need to file 2022 tax returns before the April 18 deadline will certainly affect American operators. The statement requires all data encrypters to accept, acquire, transfer or sell data to open a box in the affirmative box to accurately report his tax payment and to report the transaction as capital gains or gains based on the spirit of the applicant.
In October, the Inland Revenue Service issued a bill proposing that NFT and digital currency be reported as part of a broad "digital asset" to facilitate the use of taxes. Generally speaking, if American operators own all digital assets throughout the year, or relocate them in the middle of manipulating their wallets, these digital assets do not have to be reported.
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