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Our platform performs tax calculations with a high degree of accuracy. We carefully consider complex tax scenarios such as DeFi loans, DEX transactions, gas fees, leveraged trading, and staking rewards.
We provide a full breakdown of each calculation so you can understand exactly how your taxes have been calculated and what rules have been applied, with customizable rules to support your unique individual circumstances.
Our software is designed to support the IRS reporting requirements, including specific rules around mining, staking rewards, and airdrops. We have PDF exports for the 8949 form and integrate with TurboTax.
Our platform is trusted by industry leading accountants who value detailed and accurate reports. If you are an accountant please contact us to learn more about our accountant portal and corporate pricing.
Directly upload your transaction history via CSV or API integrations. We support hundreds of exchanges, blockchains, and wallets.
Been trading on a DEX? Got staking rewards? Participated in an ICO? We have you covered with our reconciliation engine.
Our detailed reports give a breakdown of realized capital gains and income. Share this with your accountant or file via your tax software.
You can be liable for both capital gains and income tax depending on the type of cryptocurrency transaction, and your individual circumstances. For example, you might need to pay capital gains on profits from buying and selling cryptocurrency, or pay income tax on interest earned when holding crypto.
The way cryptocurrencies are taxed in the United States mean that investors might still need to pay tax, regardless of if they made an overall profit or loss. Depending on your circumstances, taxes are usually realised at the time of the transaction, and not on the overall position at the end of the financial year.
In the United States you are required to record the value of the cryptocurrency in your local currency at the time of the transaction. This can be extremely time consuming to do by hand, since most exchange records do not have a reference price point, and records between exchanges are not easily compatible.
You just need to import your transaction history and we will help you categorize your transactions and calculate realized profit and income. You can then generate the appropriate reports to send to your accountant and keep detailed records handy for audit purposes.
We always recommend you work with your accountant to review your records. If you would like your accountant to help reconcile transactions, you can invite them to the product and collaborate within the app. We also have a complete accountant suite aimed at accountants.
We handle all non-exchange activity, such as onchain transactions like Airdrops, Staking, Mining, ICOs, and other DeFi activity. No matter what activity you have done in crypto, we have you covered with our easy to use categorization feature, similar to Expensify.
Our subscription pricing is per year not tax year, so with an annual subscription you can calculate your crypto taxes as far back as 2013. The process is the same, just upload your transaction history from these years and we can handle the rest.
We have an annual subscription which covers all previous tax years. If you need to amend your tax return for previous years you will be covered under the one payment. We also offer a 30 day 100% money back guarantee, where if you contact our support team you can collect a full refund.
Yes, CryptoTaxCalculator is designed to generate accountant friendly tax reports. You simply import all your transaction history and export your report. This means you can get your books up to date yourself, allowing you to save significant time, and reduce the bill charged by your accountant. You can discuss tax scenarios with your accountant, and have them review the report.
We cover hundreds of exchanges, wallets, and blockchains, but if you do not see your exchange on the supported list we are more than happy to work with you to get it supported. Just reach out to email@example.com or via the in-app chat support feature and we will get you sorted.
We do! We have integrations with many NFT marketplaces, as well as categorization options for any NFT related activity (minting, buying, selling, trading).
Yes, there is! You can use our software to categorize all of your transactions, and will only need to proceed to payment once you want to view your tax report.
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