Starting in 2026, the IRS will introduce Form 1099-DA dedicated to reporting crypto and digital assets. Learn who needs to issue this form and more!
How are ETH2 and ETH staking rewards taxed? Our cryptocurrency tax attorneys dive into the tricky questions.
The recent bankruptcy of several cryptocurrency platforms, including Celsius and FTX, has raised questions about how the IRS tax code applies to these unique situations.
The tax code generally permits claiming deductions or losses once the loss is complete and known. However, for these bankruptcy proceedings, you must still satisfy both criteria.
If you work for yourself and get paid through online payment services like PayPal or Square, you might receive a form called a 1099-K. This form shows how much money you received through that service during the previous year.
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