Overview of Tax Implications & CARF
Applications based on distributed ledger technologies like blockchain, pose challenges for policymakers in a wide range of areas, including in tax policy. The use, trade, and level of the market capitalisation of these assets have been increasing and their technological features are rapidly evolving, posing challenges for tax administrations and policymakers. This session will present necessary information about tax policies and regulations to properly monitor compliance and help understand the comprehensive tax policies applicable to virtual assets.
1. Identify how income created by crypto-assets is typically treated for direct and indirect tax purposes
2. Explore the treatment of creation, acquiring, holding, and transfer of these assets in different VAT systems
3. Discuss typical tax treatment for corporate tax, personal income tax, and wealth taxes
4. Examine CARF compliance and its scope, purpose, structure, contents, and application in the context of crypto-assets
5. Provide a brief overview of the new legislative developments