As per the local media sources, the Finance Ministry of Poland will suspend the tax collection for digital currencies briefly. This new update came after the authorities understood the irrationality of the taxation laws and will lead a top to bottom investigation of crypto space for better regulation.
The new and reformed crypto tax regulations are required to be released by June 15.
The now abandoned tax structure had the crypto transactions fall under two income tax brackets of 18 and 32 percent. An extra 1 percent additionally applied in light of civil agreements as the crypto transactions are considered as the transfer of property rights by the Ministry of Finance that doesn’t rely upon the profitability.
The income tax statement get due on April 30 in Poland and the previously mentioned taxation guidelines were discharged by the authorities toward the start of April. Around then, Ministry of Finance requested that the Poland residents to report their tax returns for all the revenues from crypto trading and exchange under the personal income tax.
In light of the severe crypto regulations, a petition has been made that has now in excess of 5,000 signatures, is asking the “release of the crypto market, and the abolition of all taxes related to this technology.”
Presently, in the current statement of Polish Finance Ministry, it recognizes that the current crypto taxations implies the taxation amount regularly surpasses the invested funds.
Pawel Gruza, the Deputy Finance Minister of Poland told the media that the authorities have acknowledged that PCC tax irrationally affects cryptos, hence it has been lifted until a solution has been achieved.
In spite of the fact that the PCC tax are lifted, those that have already paid won’t get a refund on their taxes.
Up until this point, the Polish government has been negative towards digital currencies as a week ago they launched an anti-crypto campaign on social media. For this campaign, the Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) of Poland put in a tender order of about $173,000 to demonstrate the dangers including cryptos and fraudulent schemes.