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/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin and cryptocurrency leaders. Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever. Learn more about Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, cryptocurrency, and more.
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Bitcoin Tax Question

Hi everyone, I have a quick question that I am hoping someone can answer.
In March of 2020 I invested in bitcoin through Robinhood. For obvious reasons, I want to sell that investment so that I can purchase actual bitcoin through another method.
Would I still have to pay the short term capital gains tax on this transaction if I reinvest every dollar back into bitcoin?
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Bitcoin tax questions (US) LedgerX options

Seasoned HODLer here with a question.
I’m expecting a big bonus in mid 2021 and I looked into call options for mid 2021 or end 2021 because I’m bullish. I signed up for an account on LedgerX but I’m unfamiliar with how bitcoin options are treated by the IRS.
Let’s say I exercise an option at expiry and I decide to transfer the ownership of the bitcoin to an address, is that a taxable event?
Scenario: I pay a $1500 premium for the option to buy 100 mini contracts at .01 btc each at a strikeprice of $50,000 with an expiry of December 31, 2021. Now let’s suppose S2F is right and bitcoin reaches $100,000 at expiry. I would then have a gain of $100,000 - $50,000 - $1,500 = $48,500. LedgerX would then give me the option to transfer ownership of the bitcoin once I fund my account. If just send that bitcoin to an address after funding the account for $50,000 is that event taxable? I get it’s taxable if I sell it. BUT is it taxable if I hodl?
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1040 Bitcoin Tax Question - IRS clarifies who has to answer

1040 Bitcoin Tax Question - IRS clarifies who has to answer submitted by stratguy56 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Question About Bitcoin Tax

If I were to purchase bitcoin and send it to someone else's wallet is that something I need to pay tax on?
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How are Bitcoins taxed in Canada?

If an international student cashes out 10k cad worth bitcoins , would he have to pay taxes?
Those bitcoins were bought back in my home country. Im thinking about cashing out some to support my studies in Canada
Would i haev to pay taxes? IF so how much? The transaction will be done thru a Canadian bank account btw.
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1040 Bitcoin Tax Question - IRS clarifies who has to answer (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

1040 Bitcoin Tax Question - IRS clarifies who has to answer (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin tax questions (US) LedgerX options (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Bitcoin Tax Question (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Cashapp Bitcoin Taxes

Do you pay taxes based on how much bitcoin you bought or how much you profited when selling it
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The IRS is sending another wave of bitcoin tax letters (August 2020)

The IRS is sending another wave of bitcoin tax letters (August 2020) submitted by chanfest22 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Complete Australia Crypto & Bitcoin Tax Guide (2020)

The Complete Australia Crypto & Bitcoin Tax Guide (2020) submitted by stratguy56 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Taxes UK

I've recently bought 0.1 BTC on binance and sent it to another wallet for an investment. Say it turns out well and I get back 0.3 BTC after some months on my binance wallet(as an example amount, I know this is not possible lol) Would I have to pay taxes on that 0.2btc profit if I don't exchange it back to £? If so, what exchange rate should I use? Any specific tips for the UK? Sorry if any of this sounds stupid, I'm really new to crypto investments/taxation.
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Bitcoin tax?

Alright so there’s something I want to buy on a website that takes crypto, will I run into any tax issues just from purchasing bitcoin from a large exchange and sending it immediately to pay for the purchase? I wouldn’t be profiting at all from this, but I don’t want to run into tax complications as I’m kind of confused about how this works. Would appreciate any input thanks!
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Bitcoin Tax Break Puerto Rico? Tune in to learn more from Diego, Attorney & Legal Tech tomorrow

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Bitcoin Tax Break Puerto Rico? Tune in to learn more from Diego, Attorney & Legal Tech tomorrow (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Bitcoin Tax Break Puerto Rico? Tune in to learn more from Diego, Attorney & Legal Tech tomorrow (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

The IRS is sending another wave of bitcoin tax letters (August 2020) (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

The IRS is sending another wave of bitcoin tax letters (August 2020) (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin taxes

Sorry if this has been answered just lazy to do the research. Anyways, is crypto to crypto a taxable event? Or do you pay taxes once you have cashed out?
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Transferring Bitcoin tax?

Hey, sorry about another post about the emails. I bought some crypto in 2018 (bitcoin) transfered some of it to my other wallet which I am planning on using. However, I got an email from ATO saying I disposed off my bitcoin. Not sure what to do? Should I report the amount I transfered? Thank you
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Bitcoin Tax Question

From Investpedia:
“If bitcoins are received as payment for providing any goods or services, the holding period does not matter. They are taxed and should be reported, as ordinary income.”
So. Does that mean, if you earn a 1BTC ($1000) payment in 2014 for sales goods and services, you pay your taxes on it for the 2014 tax year.
But, if you kept that original coin until now, you could cash it out for USD, at ten times the starting price? It was originally income, not an investment. Does that matter?
It shouldn’t, right? If you earn USD as income and hide it away in a hole in the ground, and the value of the dollar happens to deflate substantially after the point you earned your cash, you don’t have to pay capital gains on the increased buying power of your USD.
Thank you in advance. I am very confused about how it’s taxed in these circumstances. If capital gains taxes must be calculated, it would seem like a major hassle for a business that was making hundreds of transactions in bitcoin and holding it all, while it appreciates.
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Bitcoin Taxes UK (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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South Korea to introduce bitcoin tax

South Korea to introduce bitcoin tax submitted by sexyama to crypto_currency [link] [comments]

SLP183 Dennis Wohlfarth & Clinton Donnelly – Bitcoin Tax Strategies

SLP183 Dennis Wohlfarth & Clinton Donnelly – Bitcoin Tax Strategies submitted by stephanlivera to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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