CoinJar co-founder and CEO Asher Tan explains the key things you need to know.
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?