Japanese Crypto Industry Urges Tokyo To Reform Tax Laws

Source: iStock/mura Japanese companies related to crypto assets have urged the government to carry out tax reforms, claiming that the current system is not in sync with the tax rules of other countries. The proposals come from Association of Crypto Asset Companies of Japan (JCBA) and the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA), which, according …

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Crypto Groups in Japan Launch Tax Reform Request for Fiscal Year 2023

The Japan Crypto Asset Business Association (JCBA) and the Japan Crypto Asset Exchange Association (JVCEA) have published a tax reform request for 2023. The request calls for separate taxation of cryptocurrencies at a rate of 20%, among other things. The Japan Crypto Asset Business Association (JCBA) and the Japan Crypto Asset Exchange Association (JVCEA) have …

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Customers pick up the bill as insurance companies ‘fail to chase down’ fraudsters as it’s too expensive, reform group claims

Insurance companies have been accused of failing to pursue fraudulent claims because it is too expensive. his is one of the reasons premiums are too high, it was alleged. The industry has repeatedly claimed that around 20pc of the personal injury claims they get could be fraudulent or exaggerated. But figures reported by the Central …

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Proposed Leasehold Reform bill a ‘red flag’ for industry over property insurance commission disclosures

The Leasehold Reform (Disclosure and Insurance Commissions) Bill – which would mandate compulsory commission disclosure by landlords – was presented as a private members bill to the House of Lords earlier this month (14 July 2022). Introduced by Lord Kennedy of Southwark, the bill would also prevent landlords recovering service charges from their leaseholders if …

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Democrats find obstacles to reform start at the top

State Democrats want answers. They demand accountability. Proposals to raise health insurance rates by an average of 20 percent next year have officials across the spectrum apoplectic. Maybe their investigations will find that the top Democrat in the state has repeatedly put a stop to meaningful health insurance reform. The story of the failed plan …

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Democrats find obstacles to reform start at the top

State Democrats want answers. They demand accountability. Proposals to raise health insurance rates by an average of 20 percent next year have officials across the spectrum apoplectic. Maybe their investigations will find that the top Democrat in the state has repeatedly put a stop to meaningful health insurance reform. The story of the failed plan …

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Small firms call for reform of insurance market – Daily Business

Martin McTague: firms can be painfully exposed Small firms are calling for a reform of the insurance market as many say they cannot afford soaring premiums. The Federation of Small Businesses says there is growing concern that the insurance industry is not working for SMEs and the self-employed. A new publication, Paying a premium? Reforming …

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Senators from three states introduce a bill to reauthorize federal flood insurance program | State Government

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European Super League advocate seeks football reform ‘100 times’ bigger than Bosman Rule – Sports News, Firstpost

The Super League project, a private tournament set up by 12 major European clubs, was announced with great fanfare in April 2021. Chelsea fans are protesting the club’s decision to be part of the breakaway European Super League. AP photo Luxembourg: European Super League lawyers told the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on Tuesday that …

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