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FAQ

All I got from Uber is a Tax Summary 2021 which it says is not an official tax document. Why didn't they send me a 1099 form?
Presumably, over the past tax year, Uber paid you less than $400 in incentives and Uber-funded refunds, and processed on your behalf less than $20,000 in third party payments from fewer than 200 payors. This means that you didn’t reach the reporting thresholds for either Form 1099-MISC or Form 1099-K. Uber only sends you a Form 1099 when is legally required to do so.You are still required to report and pay taxes on your taxable income, whether or not you receive a Form 1099 that reflects that income.
What happens if I have two W2 tax forms (from two different workplaces) and I file only one of them this year and file the other one next year? Is this allowed?
Bottom line: Never ever not report income the IRS knows you have earned. It's incredibly high probability (I think almost certain) they will enforce action before the statute of limitations runs out.IRS will likely come after you.  W-2's are easy, low-hanging fruit to them. When you get a W-2, the IRS (and likely your state tax authority) also get a copy of the same information.  (This also applies to certain other informational forms and returns like a 1099-MISC, 1099-K or 1065 Partnership Return).If the IRS knows you have W-2 income, they are going to be looking for it to be on your return.Most people think if they file their return and they don't hear back in a month or even a few months that they "got away with it." The reality is that the IRS can come after you as late as 3 years after the due date of that return (so if you are filing 2021 taxes, which are due April 15th, 2021. the IRS can come after you - in most circumstances - as late as April 15th, 2017).In my experience, IRS will likely "mail audit" you where they show you that they were looking for the W-2 and you didn't put it on there.  They will "suggest" your new income and tax liability after including that income on your return, and expect you to pay the difference.  You can expect interest and potentially underpayment penalties, and if the amount is large enough or they perceive your intentionally trying to evade taxes, then they can issue further accuracy-related penalties on you.
What exactly does Coinbase report to the IRS?
What we know for sure is what Coinbase has publicly stated. For “certain business customers” and GDAX users who received $20,000+ in cryptocurrency sales with 200+ transactions in a calendar year, Coinbase issues a Form 1099-K. This reports the aggregate amount of all your cryptocurrency transactions on Coinbase/GDAX to the IRS (and the user). For users based in Massachusetts and Vermont, the Massachusetts and Vermont tax authorities will get the same information as above at a threshold of $600 of cryptocurrency sales in a calendar year. See their full FAQ here.Here is the official Petition to Enforce the IRS demands to Coinbase from November 28, 2021. Here is a news story about this. Here is a news story about the announcement Coinbase made to its users about this.
Why is the IRS concerned with coinbase submitting tax returns but can't get the POTUS to release his tax return?
The two have nothing to do with each other. Coinbase like any business must submit a tax return to see if any money is owed to the government. Trump has paid his taxes and the IRS doesn’t release anyone tax records. Past presidents have done that on their own and are not under any legal obligation to do so. As for President Trump not doing it I support him in that. His taxes have to be so complex that the average person wouldn’t be able to understand. So it could easily be twisted by his enemies . And he would be spending his 8 years defending it. Which means 8 years of not doing the business of the country.
Will profits from trading Bitcoin on Coinbase be taxed?
This year the cryptocurrency company, Coinbase, sent out 1099-K forms to customers whose capital gains rose to the level needed to pay taxes. This was the result of the IRS successfully suing Coinbase for their customer list. A 1099 form is for non-employee compensation and a 1099-K form is for Payment Card and Third Party Network Transactions. If you have sold Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency over the years through Coinbase, you may have to deal with tax resolution on multiple tax returns. At Exigo Business Solutions we can deal with this issue and will be pleased to help you out.Coinbase is a San Francisco based digital currency exchange. They run exchanges for Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash as well as Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, and Litecoin in the USA and internationally. A Bitcoin client who purchased a Bitcoin in July of 2021 paid eight cents. By 2021 Bitcoin moved into the $1,000 range and by December 2021 Bitcoin peaked at $17,900. A Bitcoin is now worth around $6,400.The IRS will view any profits that you made on the sale of Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies as capital gains. You will want to consult a tax advisor to decide how to deal with this situation. First in, first out (FIFO) is one method for reporting capital gains and Coinbase has a widget that will automatically calculate profit and loss on a FIFO basis. However, this may not be the best route for you to take. A more tedious but perhaps better approach is to specifically identify which bitcoins were bought and sold and report that way. And, there are other approaches as well. The best route is to consult your tax advisor.And, of course, if a person has bought and sold Bitcoin via other exchanges, those profits or losses will need to be dealt with as well.Tax ResolutionThe problem for Coinbase users who have bought and sold bitcoin over the years is that they may have many years of tax returns that are not accurate. The end results of not paying your taxes can be painful. There may be penalties, installments to play to catch up, and tax liens or levies. This is not a situation that you want to deal with on your own or with an inexperienced tax preparer. Tax resolution requires knowledge, skill, and experience. At Exigo Business Solutions we deal with tough issues like this. We work to protect our clients from the worst consequences and can very often help them avoid penalties or even reduce their expected tax bill.As a simple example, if you purchased Bitcoin near the top at the end of 2021 and lost money if you sold after it fell, you may be eligible to take that capital loss against other income. Working with an experienced tax accountant can make all the difference.What If You Have Not Sold Any Bitcoin, Yet?Capital gains are due when capital is gained. So, if you have a stash of Bitcoin and are considering when to cash out and take a little profit, talk to us at Exigo Business Solutions. A little tax planning could go a long way in reducing your tax bill and retaining profits. Also, when Bitcoin was invented it was envisioned as a way to pay for things, like regular money. If you have, in fact, paid for goods and services with your bitcoin there may be a tax consequence. Talk to us before you have to deal with the IRS on this and other issues related to your Bitcoin or other purchases, sales, or other transactions through Coinbase.To know more Coinbase trading
Are cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin taxed? If so, how?
It’s actually rather simple. In the USA, the IRS has issued guidance that cryptocurrency is treated as an asset—just like the stocks in your brokerage account. (This treatment is for tax purposes only).*IRS Virtual Currency GuidanceFull Draft Notice, 2014–21I am an expert on Bitcoin and the evolution of cryptocurrencies, but I am not an accountant or tax adviser and I have not carefully read these guidelines. But, as a taxpayer, I can comment on the treatment of asset sales. What follows is a layperson explanation of asset treatment and it should not be misconstrued as expert advice…AcquisitionLike shares in a corporation, you typically don’t report anything at the time of acquisition (this assumes that you acquired the asset for investment purposes and not as compensation for work performed or in exzchange for something that you sold). Of coures, you should retain clear records and receipts.LiquidationYou must report the capital gain upon selling virtual currency or converting it into something else of value.In Kind Exchange (Wash transactions)But just like a Picasso painting or stock in an aerospace company, if you convert it into a substantially similar asset (or buy a substantially similar asset a short time after the sale), then you are generally not required (or allowed) to record your gain. Instead, you may be required to treat as a “wash sale”. This means that the gains can be reported another day.I suspect that converting between like values of a virtual currencies constitutes a wash. Check with your accountant or tax advisor, of course![2021 UPDATE]: The 2021 Trump tax reform explicitly eliminates the wash sale exemption s for cryptocurrency. Even a direct conversion between two currencies (e.g. Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash) results in a taxable / reportable event on personal tax filings.* Operating an Exchange or any Money Handling BusinessTreatment as an asset is for the purpose of tax reporting only! If you exchange or hold virtual currency on behalf of other individuals or organizations—or simply offer a Bitcoin ATM to a store or bus station, FinCEN guidelines make it very clear that you are a Money Service Business (MSB), a qualified custodian, or perhaps even a currency exchange. That really changes the game. You must now comply with regulations, training and oversight. Operating an MSB entails:Business permits/licensing (both Fed & State)Training and licensing of your staff (possibly even as brokers)Report and meet cash reserve requirementsCompliance with anti-money laundering regulations (AML)Compliance with Know your Customer regulations (KYC)Compliance with the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO)In some communities, you may even need to meet requirements related to your hours of operation, or you may need to offer a notary service to your community.…and, perhaps, a dozen other hurdles. Effectively, if you exchange currencies or handle money for others, you must become a bank to be legal.Ellery Davies is a frequent contributor to Quora. He is also co-chair of Cryptocurrency Standards Association and editor at A Wild Duck.
How much money do you have to make before eBay sends you a tax form?
A 1099-k will be sent from paypal (not ebay, ebay is not the payment processor) when you have 200 transaction and $20,000 in sales.Characteristics of minimum wage workers, 2017
Are crowdfunding funds tax deductible?
In the UK it would depend on the type of crowdfunding transaction.A crowdfunding scheme launched by a charity for its charitable purposes where the funds were a donation would qualify as charitable donation and would therefore be tax deductible.Some crowdfunding equity transactions for business qualify as Enterprise Investment Schemes (30% tax relief on investments up to £1m) or Seed Enterprise investment Schemes (50% tax relief on investments up to £100,000). These investments qualify for generous tax relief in fact the tax relief might be at higher than your marginal rate.There are specific rules that must be met to be a qualifying scheme.
Where should HSA contributions be listed?
To complement Mike and Timothy’s answers here, as well as assist with your tax filings, your Health Savings Account (“HSA”) provider may distribute two forms, IRS Form 5498-SA and IRS Form 1099-SA.Form 5498-SA indicates what contributions you made during the tax year. Note that in addition to your contributions made, this form also includes rollover contributions* as well as fair market value (“FMV”) of the HSA.Form 1099-SA, on the other hand, reports distributions or withdrawals from your HSA during the tax-reporting year. Note Box 3 on Form 1099-SA (2021) indicates the distribution code. Most of the time this will have a 1, but the box makes a record of other types of withdrawals.For instance, because the HSA is also an estate asset at the death of the taxpayer, similar to other savings accounts, the IRS requires reporters to distinguish between distributions to the decedent’s estate and payments to a decedent’s non-spouse beneficiary. Spouses assume the rights of the HSA if listed as beneficiary and enjoy the same tax benefits. However, for others the HSA becomes “Income in Respect of a Decedent.”For more on how the tax code treats HSA transfers at the death of the account holder, see IRS Publication 559, Survivors, Executors, and Administrators.*Note that the IRS distinguishes between “rollover” contributions and trustee-to-trustee transfers. You can transfer funds from one HSA provider to another at any point. A rollover, however, requires you to deposit the funds withdrawn within 60 days. This is a gotcha that applies to other forms of tax deferred savings account rollovers, like IRAs and 401(k)s. Separately, you can also fund your HSA with a distribution from a traditional or Roth IRA.In summary, and as you can see from the proceeding, an HSA can be a very versatile, tax-friendly savings account.For more details on HSAs see IRS Publication 969 Health Savings Accounts and Other-Tax Favored Health Plans, and IRS Instruction for Forms 1099-SA and 5498-SA.