Ravi S. Raghavan speaks to The Economic Times on the taxability of cryptocurrency

by | Jan 19, 2022

Ravi S. Raghavan, Partner – Tax & Client Group at Majmudar & Partners offered his comments on The Economic Times on the taxability of cryptocurrency in India and the government’s stance on it.

According to him, “The crypto property held by a taxpayer will be liable to tax in India depending on the intention to hold it either as investments to be taxed as capital gains or trade, which is to be taxed as business income”.

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