Crypto and virtual digital asset (VDAs) industry players were left unhappy when no announcement for the sector was made during Sitharaman’s Union Budget speech on February 1.
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The minister further said currently, crypto assets are unregulated in India and the government does not register foreign crypto exchanges.
As per the communication, a significant portion of provident fund contributions of all employees is also being credited.
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The government introduced a tax regime for digital assets in February, consisting of the TDS and a flat 30 per cent tax on income from crypto investments
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TDS of 1 per cent on transfer of cryptocurrencies is set to come into force from July 1. The responsibility of withholding this tax will be on the buyer, crypto exchanges and brokers, depending on the type of transaction, CBDT has clarified.
The income tax administration has published comprehensive disclosure guidelines for TDS deductions for virtual digital assets, which stipulate that the date of transfer and the method of payment must be indicated.
The website earlier mentioned that the TDS rate for virtual digital assets has been dropped to 0.1% from 1% as announced earlier in the budget, according to the website Income Tax Department.
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Joint Secretary in the finance ministry Kamlesh C Varshney said that such benefits and perquisites are income and were always taxable whether received in cash or kind.
CoinDCX CEO and Co-Founder Sumit Gupta said 30 per cent tax on income from cryptocurrencies is on the higher side and should be reduced.
The set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), which is being drafted by the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), RBI and Revenue Department, would also be vetted by the law ministry, the official added.
This move will be a major hurdle for the smaller investors and is anticipated to drive the retail investors to the grey market, that is the decentralised exchanges.
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In addition to specifying a 30 percent tax rate, the Budget also mandated an additional 1 percent TDS to be levied on crypto transactions that exceed a certain limit, with the intention of establishing a record trail
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According to the ministry, the relaxation applies only if the payer satisfies itself that the receiver is a member of scheduled tribe residing in any specified area.
The I-T department has introduced a provision relating to Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) from July 1, 2021, which would be applicable to businesses with turnover of over Rs 10 crore.
If you have not filed your income tax returns for the last two years, and the total on your tax deductions exceeds Rs 50,000 or more in each of the preceding two years, you will be subject to a higher TDS.