Blockchain 

The IRS has Words for Crypto Investors… Again: Tax Warnings

The cryptocurrency industry may still be going strong, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t had its share of problems. Nor does it mean everyone is a fan of virtual currencies. The IRS certainly isn’t, and crypto investors have learned that the hard way the past two months. Here’s what we know. IRS has Words for Crypto Investors At the start of last month, the IRS began mailing more than 10,000 crypto investors informing (well, it was more of a warning) that they may owe taxes on various cryptocurrency transactions. This…

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Cryptocurrency 

New Zealand Tax Authorities Give the Go Ahead for Crypto Payroll

The crypto train has not yet stopped chugging along. More and more companies and countries are looking to get involved in the crypto sector, despite the hardships it has faced the past year. New Zealand just so happens to be the latest country, with reports coming out on Tuesday that said the sovereign island country will allow employers to pay their workers in cryptocurrency. Here’s everything we know. New Zealand Allows Employers to Pay Staff in Cryptocurrency This month, New Zealand tax authorities published a ruling that featured a section…

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Blockchain 

Congressman Ted Budd Brings Back the Crypto Tax Bill

North Carolina Congressman Ted Budd has introduced a tax bill in the United States House of Representatives seeking to refine cryptocurrencies’ treatment by the Internal Revenue Services. The bill will amend the Code allowing the exclusion of losses or gains on similar crypto transactions. Reviewing the Internal Revenue Code The bill has been called the Virtual Value Tax Fix Act of 2019 and is being reintroduced by Congressman Ted Budd, having been first introduced in the previous Congressional session. The bill is being put before the House Committee on Ways…

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Cryptocurrency 

Ohio Accepts Bitcoin for Tax Payments

As Bitcoin heads down the slope, the State of Ohio has just made a move that actually champions the ailing coin. And it’s a vital time for such a move. Ohio has decided to accept Bitcoin for tax payments, becoming the first state to do so. Not only is this move momentous in terms of institutional approval, but its timing is also impeccable—casting a silver lining to what has been a very dark cloud for Bitcoin. Ohio Accepts Bitcoin in the Nick of Time The initiative begins now. Ohio businesses…

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