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With crypto comes taxes 🗂️📑👨🏾‍💻. MarketWatch breaks down the basics of crypto and taxes in this helpful video below 🤓🔻 👇🏾: https://youtu.be/3SfXFOv0lRY ⚠️️ Nothing beats the advice of a certified public accountant or tax preparer who can assist you with any tax-related questions.See more
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Fisrt time hobby investor .When I look in the Tax Documents under my account it has a standard disclaimer that says "Tax Docs will be generated the February Following each year you have sold stock on Public" so I fall in that bracket as such I haven't sold anything.Some of my stocks show gains ome losses but I dont have a consolidated 1099 statment form public so when I file my taxes I have nothinSee more
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Soooo... this is my #firstyearinvesting, and with tax season just about here, I have a general question for someone who may have done this before. Now as a disclosure I will say I use TurboTax, so I'm not sure if that makes a difference but; I sold 2 cryptos and 1 stock (not for a lot of gain) but I know I still have to claim it because "a taxable event has occured" Do I add the totalsSee more
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Taxable Events Anytime a taxable event affects your cryptocurrency investments, you are obligated to report these on your taxes. What constitutes a taxable event? Any event in which you realize or trigger profits. When it comes to crypto, these taxable events fall into two categories: capital gains tax events and income tax events. It’s important to understand what events fall into which categorSee more
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Currently I'm covering "Crypto Taxes" and next will be "DeFi" What else do you want to learn more about? #crypto #cryptocurrencySee more
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What is the #cryptocurrency #taxrate? The cryptocurrency tax rate for federal taxes is the same as the capital gains tax rate. In 2021, it ranges from 10-37% for short-term capital gains and 0-20% for long-term capital gains. In the US, crypto-asset gains are calculated using two factors: your income, and how long you have held the cryptocurrency (holding period). Your holding period begins the dSee more
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