Cryptocurrency Tax Litigation

cryptocurrency tax problems

The time of avoiding taxation on cryptocurrencies is over. The IRS has been regulating Bitcoin, Ether, Dash, and other types of cryptocurrency and expects taxpayers to report their income. If you’re an investor involved in trading, bartering, or exchanging cryptocurrency for services, the IRS is watching and they want their share. But, the rules governing cryptocurrency are debatable and unclear, even for many seasoned tax professionals. For expert help with cryptocurrency tax problems, turn to tax attorney Dale O'Neal. He is highly experienced in tax litigation services and has the expertise to help investors resolve IRS tax problems related to cryptocurrency. He will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf and present a strong defense in court if needed.

Cryptocurrency Tax Problems

The biggest difficulty for traders and investors is keeping accurate records. If you don't report your virtual transactions properly the IRS will go after you for penalties and interest and you can even face criminal prosecution. But reporting your income on these transactions is tricky. You must maintain records that include the U.S. dollar value of the purchase at the time of each transaction. If your recordkeeping does not already include this information, careful research is required in order to calculate tax correctly.

Foreign Reporting on Cryptocurrency

Just as with other types of income, taxpayers may also be required to file FBAR if their foreign crypto accounts exceed $10,000 at any time during the year. The IRS is watching and has methods for discovering these types of transactions. So if your circumstances require you to pay taxes on your foreign investments, the IRS will eventually find you.

Are you unsure about your filing responsibilities on your crypto accounts? Call tax attorney Dale O'Neal at 817-877-5995 now or request a consultation online to get started today.