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法国:国会否决多项涉及加密货币税收优惠的税法修正案

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法国:国会否决多项涉及加密货币税收优惠的税法修正案

法国当地媒体报道称,法国国民议会周一否决了多项旨在惠及加密货币交易员和用户的税收修正案。

被否决的提议中,有一项涉及将年度免税额从305欧元(约合347美元)提高到5000欧元或3000欧元。国民议会认为“305欧元已经相当不错了”,与证券的税制相比,“增加到5000欧元或3000欧元似乎特别过分。”

另一项没有得到支持的修正案是,允许资本利得在与现行制度下的证券相同的基础和条件下纳税。同时被否决的提案还包括关于区分正常的与加密货币有关的活动和偶尔会给加密货币用户带来更优惠税收的活动的修正案,以及关于与加密货币有关的资本损失的提案。

此外,第16a条款中概述的修正案也被否决,该修正案提出,只有当加密货币被出售并提取到银行账户时,才对其征税,而不是根据其在加密交易所兑换成法定货币的价值对其征税。

尽管有一部分修正案被否决,但周一审议的提案中并未包括对加密货币交易征收30%的单一税的拟议。因此,它仍然是第16条B款的一部分。目前,加密资产的税率为36.2%,即包括19%的所得税和17.2%的社会缴款。在在国民代表大会上,有人提到,“单一税率因其简单性和法律确定性而受到积极欢迎。”

路透社此前解释说,“目前比特币收益按36.2%的税率征税,而其他非房地产资产的其他形式的资本收益按30%的税率征税”。据news.Bitcoin.com报道,这家新闻机构进一步指出,“金融委员会通过了2019年预算法案的修正案,将把比特币等加密资产的销售也纳入30%的单一费率之内。”

France’s National Assembly has rejected a number of tax amendments aimed at lowering taxes for cryptocurrency traders and users. Among rejected amendments are those concerning capital gains and losses and crypto tax exemptions.

Crypto Amendments Rejected

The French National Assembly rejected a number of tax amendments designed to benefit cryptocurrency traders and users on Monday, local media reported.

One of the rejected proposals concerns the increase in annual tax exemption from €305 ($347) to either €5,000 or €3,000. The National Assembly believes that “305 euros is already quite favorable,” stating that compared to how securities are taxed, “increasing to €5,000 or €3,000 seems particularly excessive.”

Another amendment that did not gain support was one to allow capital gains to be taxed on the same basis and under the same conditions as securities under the current system. Similarly, the amendment to distinguish between normal crypto-related activities and occasional ones that would result in more favorable taxation for cryptocurrency users was turned down, as was a proposal on crypto-related capital losses.

In addition, the amendment outlined in Article 16a to only tax gains on cryptocurrencies when they are sold and withdrawn to a bank account, instead of taxing them based on their values converted into fiat on crypto exchanges, was also denied.

30-Percent Flat Tax

While a number of amendments have been rejected, the proposed 30-percent flat tax for cryptocurrency transactions was not part of the proposals considered on Monday. It is, therefore, still part of Article 16 Bis. Currently, crypto assets are taxed at 36.2 percent, which is 19 percent income tax and 17.2 percent social contributions. It was mentioned at the National Assembly meeting that “a flat tax rate is positively welcomed for its simplicity and legal certainty.”

Reuters previously explained that “Currently bitcoin gains are taxed at a rate of 36.2 percent while other forms of capital gains on other non-real estate assets are taxed at a flat 30 percent.” The news outlet further noted that “The finance commission adopted an amendment to the 2019 budget bill that would subject sales of crypto-assets like bitcoin to the 30-percent flat rate as well,” as news.Bitcoin.com reported.

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