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Cryptocurrency Taxation

As cryptocurrency values are very volatile, investors can make astronomic profits by trading in crypto.

Governments and tax authorities around the world have noticed this too and are setting up frameworks to tax crypto currencies and digital assets.

The regulations around cryptocurrency taxation differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, they are complex and constantly changing.

What makes crypto taxation complicated?

Your time is valuable. Do you want to spend it on your cryptocurrency investments or trying to research and understand the tax law?

How HKWJ Tax Law can help

Let our experienced tax consultants at HKWJ Tax Law prepare your tax return. We have the expertise, know which forms to use and how to calculate your taxes.

We will help you save time and remove the chance of a wrong tax return (or paying too much taxes!).

There are no gimmicks at HKWJ Tax Law, we prepare your crypto taxes efficiently, on time and without any fuss.

In the meantime, you can keep your focus on trading, mining and investing in cryptocurrencies and digital assets.

Working with HKWJ Tax Law

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Get a free quote for crypto taxation services

We are here to prepare your tax return, including cryptocurrencies and digital assets. Fill in the form below to request a free quote on our crypto taxation preparation services. We’ll reach out to you to get to know you and your specific situation.

FAQ

Companies that generate revenue in cryptocurrencies record it like any other income generated in fiat money. The applicable exchange rates are readily available online. Depending on the jurisdiction, different tax treatments may apply.

Salary payments in crypto, if allowed in the relevant jurisdiction, must be declared and accounted for. Some jurisdictions may not allow salary payments in foreign currency, so crypto may not be acceptable.

In jurisdictions where cryptocurrencies are taxed as capital gains, a crypto trade is a taxable event. If you trade one cryptocurrency for another, any gains should be reported in fiat money on your tax return.

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