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Managing Digital Currency - Finnegan Pierson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

Managing Digital Currency

The Basic Essentials

The popularity of cryptocurrency is upsetting the world-wide financial system, with governing nations around the world, battling in different ways with economic effects. An important topic on the table is taxation since states are likely to collect what they're owed on dividends made with cryptocurrency.

There have been many regulations that have been enforced, causing more questions than contentment. However, not every nation has made its decision on cryptocurrency tax, or cryptocurrency tax software. It is necessary to maintain records on gains and losses from trading activity. Familiarizing yourself with crypto accounting top practices and procedures is a necessity. You don't have to be a CPA to engage with cryptocurrency. All you have to do is maintain your personal accounts, assets, and information when preparing to file an annual tax return.

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Who Uses Cryptocurrency Tax Software?

Organized and self-taught people who process information quickly and have plenty of time on their hands to review the necessary regulations and filing procedures may wish to handle their tax matters on their own. Those people should be highly acknowledged because it can be a substantial task if there are many different accounts to consider.

Opting for a CPA isn't necessarily a bad idea, as long as you can make sense of the investment. There are a number of accountancy firms that specialize in cryptocurrency. If you choose to go down this route, take it slow, read reviews, and schedule a meeting to talk about exactly what the CPA could do for you. It's a good idea to ask about reducing your liabilities, by counterbalancing your capital gains tax with losses incurred over the past 12 months.

Should I Use Cryptocurrency Software?

Using some kind of crypto tax software is a growing popular choice, as the hard work is automated and it's cheaper than hiring a CPA. When choosing a tool for managing cryptocurrency taxes, look for software that allows you to sync unlimited wallets and exchange accounts. Organizing digital assets and producing financial reports for accounting purposes is made simple, using TouchID and FaceId privacy controls that are guaranteed to keep your sensitive documents secure.

 

Stay Aware Of Your Accounts

It is common for traders to own multiple accounts on different international exchanges, and to make digital asset transactions on a daily basis. It is vital to organize all your accounts, exchanges and wallets, and to have a reliable record of your usernames and passwords. You will need an extensive record of your transactions when you get ready to file your tax return. Neglecting to stay on top of all your accounts is only going to postpone the inevitable.

 

Furthermore, it's also a good idea to maintain copies of your I.D. and other legal documents.

Know Your Local Tax Laws

Tax laws are different from country to country and this is especially true about cryptocurrency tax laws. Some countries such as Germany has decided to keep digital asset investments separate from taxes. The United States and the United Kingdom, on the other hand, have been more confident; although their regulations are still a work-in-progress.

Ready to Decide Whether or Not to Use Crypto Tax Software?

Given that you have kept proper records, calculating tax on your trading activity is easy and manageable. Even more so if you have obtained the services of a CPA that is familiar with crypto assets, or a specialist tax software employee.

Only you know what is right for you. The important thing to remember is to be straightforward and pursue the right method to ensure your cryptocurrency experience will become a traditional custom.

Publish Date: December 26, 2019 9:43 PM

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