Brazilians Who Held $1,000 in Crypto Last Year Must Report It on Tax Returns by End of May

Brazilians Who Held $1,000 in Crypto Last Year Must Report It on Tax Returns by End of May


Taxpayers in Brazil have only a couple of days left to file their annual tax returns. Investors who had more than 5,000 reals worth of cryptocurrency in 2020, a little less than $1,000, are obliged to report the funds on their income tax declarations this year. Brazilians who fail to do that on time face hefty fines.

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Brazilian citizens are required to file their 2021 income tax returns before June 1. This year, the deadline was extended by a month due to the coronavirus pandemic which took a heavy toll on South America’s largest economy. Failure to report revenues and tax obligations will result in fines starting at around $30 and going up to 20% on the tax due, Portal do Bitcoin warned readers recently.

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Taxpayers who kept over 5,000 reals worth of coins in their wallets, or $960 at the current exchange rate, must report the

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