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CoinTracking Is A Professional Portfolio Manager And An Essential Tool For Crypto Tax Reports

7 Apr 2021 3 minute read 17 comments Cryptonator`s

I have started with cryptocurrencies like most of us. I earned my first smaller amounts on the internet and at some point, I started buying and investing. In the beginning, I never thought about professionally tracking my portfolio because there was...

Why You Should Buy Tesla With Bitcoin

4 Apr 2021 5 minute read 52 comments AlucardLife

Elon Musk came out with the news that he would allow Tesla purchases to be made in BTC. He also stated that BTC would not be converted into fiat, but would remain BTC. All I heard after that were these fucking stupid #numbergoup idiots saying, "If yo...

Understanding Crypto Taxes - Don't Let the FUD Scare You

8 Jan 2021 3 minute read 6 comments bettercallpaul

Understanding Crypto Taxes - Don't Let the FUD Scare You by William P. Alexander  for  Better Call Paul Blog Hey Everyone!  After seeing a few articles on here regarding Coinbase and other US-based cryptocurrency companies and their plans to tax o...

Square Buys Credit Karma's Tax Service for Cash App Integration

26 Nov 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Abhimanyu Krishnan

Payments firm Square will buy Credit Karma’s tax application for $50 million, according to a press release issued on Nov. 25. Square will buy the self-reporting tax filing service Credit Karma Tax on behalf of its Cash App The service will be made a...

Crypto Taxes Canada 2020 (Capital Gains VS Business Income)

3 Dec 2020 1 minute read 6 comments cryptoforcanadians

As we're finishing 2020, some of you may already be thinking about the taxes that you'll need to pay on your gains come next year. Having said that, here's a quick post on how your crypto gains may be calculated in Canada. I do want to say though tha...

US Tax Law and Cryptocurrency Part 4: Gift Taxes

26 Mar 2021 4 minute read 2 comments Phul

Making this thumbnail may have gotten slightly out of hand, but it's safe to say that I had some fun with it. I am a certified public accountant (not an artist) that is based out of New Jersey, and I'm continuing my extensive guide covering the inter...

Crypto & Your Tax Bill

18 Mar 2021 2 minute read 1 comment AlucardLife

You don't have one. Questions? Drilling down: Crypto, bitcoin especially, is sovereign. That means your country has NO CLAIM TO IT. Moreover, it is not in any way defined by or against any fiat currency. The fact that they can be exchanged for fiat c...

NFTs and Taxation

10 Mar 2021 3 minute read 4 comments rah

This is the first of three articles I have been asked to write and I am going to see if I can get them banged out before the end of the week. To follow will be an article on achieving financial success and a more general article on Charities and NGOs...

Crypto and Taxation (Part 2)

8 Mar 2021 4 minute read 13 comments rah

One of the first articles I wrote when I joined Publish0x was concerning how to pay taxes on Crypto income. I have decided to revisit the subject for two reasons. When I first joined Publish0x I had few followers so the impact of the original articl...

US Tax Law and Cryptocurrency Part 3: Cost Basis Accounting (FIFO, LIFO, HIFO, and Specific Identification)

1 Mar 2021 5 minute read 0 comments Phul

I am a certified public accountant (not an artist) that is based out of New Jersey, and I'm continuing my extensive guide covering the interactions of United States tax law and cryptocurrency. The cost basis of an asset is its original value which is...