US lawmakers narrow US infrastructure bill requirements for crypto tax reporting

According to reports, authorities in the United States have narrowed the scope of the proposed bipartisan infrastructure bill, which was originally designed to generate at least $28 billion in crypto tax from the country’s crypto investors to cover the $500 billion they plan to spend on infrastructure development.

The Senate’s bipartisan infrastructure bill has been modified to tighten the definition of “broker” for the purposes of crypto tax collection, but it still does not state that only organizations who provide services to clients qualify.

The plan, which is currently being considered in the Senate, would fund roughly $1 trillion in infrastructure improvements around the country, with about $28 billion in taxes earned from crypto transactions helping to pay for it.

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