Employers in India who offer cryptocurrencies as compensation to employees will have to pay 30% tax on the virtual digital assets, the Economic Times reported, citing unnamed officials privy to a clarification that the government is likely to issue this week.
The tax will be levied on the difference between the cost of the acquisition of the asset and the transfer price to the employee, the report said.
Read the full report: The Economic Times.
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