Income tax: our complete guide to properly declaring your cryptos, this Thursday in 21 Million

The tax return period begins Thursday, April 7. You will have to include all your income received in 2021, including those in cryptocurrencies. For example, if you own bitcoins or ethers and you sold some during the year 2021, you have a good chance of having realized a capital gain. This capital gain must be entered in your declaration, in a form provided for. It will be subject to a single flat-rate levy (PFU), better known as the “flat tax”.

All your capital gains in cryptocurrencies must therefore be specified. You will also need to declare any digital asset account held on a foreign platform. In addition, there is also passive income. These cryptocurrency revenues come either from decentralized finance services (DeFi), or from centralized finance services (CeFi), staking or mining.

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You have until May 24 to make your declaration online for departments ranging from 01 (Ain) to 19 (Corr├Ęze), until May 31 before midnight for departments ranging from 20 (Corse-du-Sud) to 54 (Meurthe-et-Moselle) and until Wednesday June 8 in the departments ranging from 55 (Meuse) to 976 (Mayotte).

The 21 Million newsletter sent this Thursday, April 7 will include:

1. The 2022 Practical Guide to declaring your crypto income;

2. Analysis of crypto prices by Nicolas Gallant, technical and financial analyst at Momentum and journalist at Capital;

3 – What to remember from the week : we have selected and cross-checked the main events of the last seven days. Be at the forefront of crypto news by retaining the essentials.

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