Taxation of Cryptocurrency - Part 2
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This course will analyze the tax requirements laid down by Revenue Ruling 2019-24, Online FAQs, and Chief Counsel Memos, as well as the new reporting requirements from the Infrastructure and Investment Jobs Act. We’ll then move into how to apply the various rules and regs to real world situations, such as selling, trading, earning, mining, donating, inheriting, etc. We’ll also discuss situations for which we do not yet have IRS guidance. We’ll finish with a discussion of Best Practices for your office to implement when dealing with cryptocurrency clients
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Analyze Revenue Ruling 2019-24, Online FAQs, and Chief Counsel Memos
- Understand Infrastructure Act crypto requirements
- Utilize IRS regulations for client situations: selling, trading, earning, mining crypto, interest, dividends, contributions, gifts, inheritances, initial coin offerings
- Differentiate situations covered by regulations from those that are not covered
- Engage in Best Practices for crypto clients
IRS CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law
NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law
CTEC CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law
NSA Webinar Program Level: Basic Prerequisites: None Advance Preparation: None Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
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NSA is approved by NASBA, the IRS, ACAT, and CTEC as a provider of continuing professional education.
Amy M. Wall, EA, MBA, is part tax-geek, part money-geek, and part-science geek. With a BS in Chemistry and a second major in Economics from the prestigious Harvey Mudd College of the Claremont Colleges, as well as an MBA, she spent a good part of her life in the Defense Industry before electing to stop building bombs and make the move into Tax World. She worked with individuals, small businesses, S Corporations, and began working with virtual currency clients back in 2014, just after the first IRS regulations were released.
Recently retired from her private tax practice in Tucson, Arizona, Amy now spends her time teaching and writing on tax subjects. She teaches for NATP and has been published in NATP’s Tax Pro Journal as well as the Wolters Kluwer Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure.