Virtual-currency Investors Face Deadline to Report Profits to Tax Authority
While the exact extent of virtual currency investment in Israel is unknown, following Bitcoin’s rise from a valuation of a few dollars apiece to more than $20,000 in December, it is likely rather popular in Israel
Investors in bitcoin and other virtual currencies have another three months to report their profits to the Tax Authority before they face potential investigation, under the authority’s program enabling...
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