CoinJar co-founder and CEO Asher Tan explains the key things you need to know.
If you’ve engaged in any sort of cryptocurrency transaction over the last year, it’s highly likely that you’re going to have to report it in your tax return. Transactions include,
Let’s face it, crypto tax reporting is a pain. You might have even stopped trading altogether now that you have to spend extra effort to keep your records up to
1. Keep records of all your cryptocurrency transactions. Keeping a record of all of your cryptocurrency transactions, trades, and purchases are vital when calculating tax amounts due on your cryptocurrency.
It’s tax time, and we’ve sourced a tax pro to answer your questions on everything cryptocurrency & tax. Our guest for this “Ask Me Anything” is Neil Billyard, Partner in
Taxation and Policy are topics that most often elicit a response similar to that of fingernails being scraped down a chalkboard. However, for insiders, it serves as a very useful
The rapid rise of cryptocurrency means many Australians now either invest in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies or use them as a convenient way to pay for goods and services. But what happens on the tax front when your cryptocurrency portfolio suddenly pays big digital dividends?