Romanian Tax Agency Has Started Monitoring Crypto Traders. Romanian authorities are looking for investors who do not report crypto trading income and do not pay taxes. A statement from the country’s tax service said the raid was part of an effort to respond to financial trends that revealed nearly 50 million euros of undeclared cryptocurrency income. The tax authority in Romania reviews the achievements of encrypted transactions Romanian National Institute for Financial Administration (ANAF) has announced this week that officials from its State Department are responsible for the prevention of tax and fraud, conducting research on various operating systems such as finance, cocaine, lean, Pitmart and various operating systems.
They started. Controls have been given as a step in the strategy of new tax authorities “in accordance with the development of the technological and financial market”. From 2016 to 2021, they focused on 63 Romanian citizens, who created 131 million euros for cryptography. According to a report published by the Romanian business news site Economica.net, tax inspectors discovered that digital assets worth 48.67 million euros were missing from their tax returns. The agency was ordered to collect about 2.10 million euros of unpaid tax liabilities. At the same time, ANAF confirmed that profits from digital currency transactions amounting to around 15 million euros were correctly declared and that the appropriate income taxes and social security contributions were fully paid.Romanian tax authorities want to investigate income from other activities related to cryptocurrency.
The organization noted that it aims to increase revenues to the budget and voluntary payment of taxes by all groups of taxpayers.ANAF’s anti-fraud department advised all Romanians engaged in or intending to engage in such activities to report their income and cover their financial obligations to the government. Currently, the European encryption space is often controlled by national legislation and officials, but the legal environment for investors and jobs in accordance with the EU law that is valid for various encryption operations will be noticeable. This week, the European Parliament, the Commission and the Council signed an agreement on the implementation of the Assembly 27 members of the Assembly known as Cryptographic Markets and Cryptological Law. In the states.