If you’ve sold some Bitcoin, it is important that you know Uncle Sam wants his share too. Back in 2014, the IRS issued Notice 2014-21 stating the government’s position on what they call “virtual currencies.” It stated that such assets are considered property rather than currency. Under the rules for sales of property such as [...] read whole article

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