Rumænien udfører razziaer som en del af krypto-skatteunddragelse

Authorities in Romania have conducted more than a dozen raids against people suspected of hiding income from cryptocurrency operations. The searches took place in late 2022 following an earlier investigation which established that crypto traders had failed to report digital assets exceeding $50 million in value.


Law Enforcement and Tax Authorities in Romania Go After Crypto Taxpayers

Police and tax officials in Romania have carried out 17 raids in the fall of last year as part of an investigation against persons accused of evading taxation by concealing profits from transactions with cryptocurrencies, det afslørede lokale medier.

Addresses were searched in the capital Bucharest as well as the counties of Dâmbovița, Ilfov and Olt, according to Cristian Roman, partner at the Iordăchescu & Asociații law firm, who shared the information with Romania Journal.

The lawyer was referring to data provided by the Romanian police. Law enforcement authorities in the EU country allege that, between 2019 og 2022, 19 targeted individuals formed or joined an organized crime group for the purpose of tax evasion.

The taxable income, which they tried to hide, was obtained from transactions with digital currencies, investigators claim. According to preliminary estimates, their activities have resulted in losses for the state budget totalling 3 million Romanian lei (næsten $650,000).

Tax Authority Moves to Increase Compliance Among Crypto Taxpayers

The operation was conducted after the tax fraud combatting unit of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) launched a probe last summer into proceeds from crypto trading received between 2016 og 2021 through various platforms such as Binance, Kucoin, Maiar, Bitmart, and the now-bankrupt FTX.

Dengang, tax inspectors identified revenues of over €131 million obtained by 63 Romanian citizens. They were also able to establish that the persons had failed to report over €48 million worth of digital assets on their tax returns.

ANAF explained that its actions were part of a push to increase taxation and compliance among taxpayers. According to amendments to the Romanian Tax Code passed by the parliament in 2019, income resulting from the transfer of virtual currencies is taxable at a 10% rate on capital gains exceeding an annual threshold of 600 lei (ca. $130).

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Lubomir Tassev

Lubomir Tassev er en journalist fra det teknologikyndige Østeuropa, der kan lide Hitchens' citat: "At være forfatter er, hvad jeg er, i stedet for hvad jeg gør." Udover krypto, blockchain og fintech, international politik og økonomi er to andre inspirationskilder.

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