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Wolters Kluwer's trusted experts are here to help advise you regarding cryptocurrency taxation.

Do You Know Your Cryptocurrency Tax Requirements?

Cryptocurrency is a rapidly growing asset class in which millions of individuals are investing, and its tax obligations are evolving and often unclear.

Successfully navigating compliance is critical given IRS expectations around reporting and paying tax on cryptocurrency transactions coupled with the potential for significant gains and losses for its holders.

Our experts can help you find the information you need to properly report cryptocurrency gains and losses to the IRS. Rely on us to guide you through the challenging aspects of cryptocurrency tax compliance. Our expertise is your leading edge.



The rise of crypto currencies and Initial Coin Offering token activities is generating greater regulatory interest. This paper explores recent federal guidance—and some areas of ambiguity—involving the development and sale of ICO tokens, particularly in light of recent FinCEN guidance.

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In this article, the authors discuss the potential application of the wash sale and straddle rules to cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency-related investments.
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The following article, an exclusive contribution to CoinDesk's Crypto and Taxes 2018 series, is adapted from "Taxation of Bitcoin, Its Progeny, and Related Derivatives: Ex Coin Machina," published in Tax Notes, February 19, 2018.
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In March 2018, the SEC issued a Public Statement regarding blockchain-related investments. In this commentary, Stevie Conlon, Anna Vayser, and Robert Schwaba will walk you through the implications.
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This 18-page Tax Notes explores the emerging area of bitcoin taxation, including a primer on U.S. income tax issues in light of important developments in the past year around crypto-currency growth.
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Cryptocurrencies and related investments have become a focus of much attention for individual investors and the financial markets. In the highly competitive financial services environment, the only constant is change, and there is no margin for tax reporting errors..
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