tl;dr — we visualized cryptocurrency movements between popular wallets
Guest Post by Bryce Welker, CEO at CPA Exam Guy
Tax season is in full swing and with IRS cryptocurrency regulation being implemented, you want to be sure to file your crypto taxes. One nice thing about claiming your crypto on your taxes is that you can use your losses to offset other capital gains.
Let’s take a look at how you should handle your crypto losses along with some other important items to consider when going through the crypto portion of your taxes.
First of all, if you want any tax advice about filing your cryptocurrency taxes, you might consider taking a look into a CPA (if you are not aware of what a CPA means, check out this article). …
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