In the DF, 677 did not declare R$35 million in bitcoins in the 2023 IR

In the DF, 677 did not declare R$35 million in bitcoins in the 2023 IR
In the DF, 677 did not declare R$35 million in bitcoins in the 2023 IR
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In the Federal District, 677 people failed to include their investments in bitcoins in their 2023 Income Tax when reporting to Leão. Through traditional and artificial intelligence techniques, the Federal Revenue identified that these people would have, combined, investments of approximately R$35 million.

The DF is the 9th Federation Unit with the largest number of people who failed to declare investments of this type.

At a national level, when processing Income Tax declarations submitted by individuals in 2023, the Federal Revenue identified records of 237,369 investors in bitcoins, with an accumulated amount of R$20.5 billion.

In terms of profile, the data shows that more than half (50.9%) of the declarants made an investment of up to R$1,000. The value of up to R$10 thousand was reported by 80.6% of individuals. There are also investors who indicate they have more than R$1 million in bitcoins.

In the Income Tax declaration, the Federal Revenue Service provides data on bitcoins and other cryptoactives in the pre-filled declaration.

The inspection is evaluating taking action to encourage the self-regulation of data reported last year, encouraging compliance, without imposing fines that are due in the case of opening tax procedures.

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