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Digital assets would be included in the ‘wash sale’ rule, and the capital gains tax would be raised

The crypto business is facing a revision in US tax rules for a 2nd time within one month, with the potential to generate tens of billions. Democrats in the United States Congress have suggested tax measures to support a $3.5 trillion expenditure plan, that may have an impact on cryptocurrency users. The suggestion comes from Democrats In the house, who issued a plan of tax hikes on Monday to reimburse for White House’s $3.5 trillion stimulus package. A plan to include goods and services, currency, and virtual currencies in the “wash-sale regulation” is within the $2 trillion in increased taxes. It is expected to earn $16 billion over the next ten years.

As per a report provided by the Senate Committee, the plan would raise the tax ratio on long-term investment income for some high-income people from 20% to 25%. The suggested adjustments appear to be subject to a 3.8 percent surtax on dividends and capital gains. It would raise the investment income taxation for rich cryptocurrency users in the United States to 28.8%.

The Democrats’ tax plan comes after the Senate passed an economic stimulus package that proposes tighter regulations for companies that do business with digital currencies. It also increases reporting obligations for intermediaries. Many Liberal and Conservative senators have attempted to clarify the position of crypto within the bill’s text. The motion is expected to be voted on by the Parliament on September 27. Crypto experts around the world are eager to find out how this bill plays out in the long term.

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