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Episode 11: Tax Effects of Cryptocurrency

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Podcast Host: Jacob Sopczynski, CPA

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On episode 11 of Everyday Business, host Jacob Sopczynski, principal in the Flint office, is joined by Randy Howard, CPA, from the Saginaw office, and Zaher Basha, CPA, CM&AA, from the Auburn Hills office.

Listen in as Jacob, Randy, and Zaher discuss the tax effects of cryptocurrency in the second of our two-part series on blockchain.

  • When do cryptocurrencies become taxable (1:11)
  • Transferring cryptocurrency and its effects (3:00)
  • Being compensated through cryptocurrency (4:42)
  • Nontaxable cryptocurrency transactions (5:50)
  • Is buying and trading in cryptocurrency taxable? (7:04)
  • Reporting (8:27)
  • Cost to cost tracking (10:10)
  • Penalties for not reporting cryptocurrency (14:40)
  • Foreign reporting (15:14) 
  • How TCJA changed the taxation of cryptocurrency (16:20)
  • Tax considerations with forking (17:00)
  • Credit cards that give cash back via bitcoin (17:48)
  • Reporting and what records should be maintained when paying employees? (18:23)

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