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5 crypto tax tools that could save your ass on Tax Day

“I personally think the IRS was waiting for a big year of wealth and income to be generated, and 2021 was definitely that year,” Roytenberg said.

He added that because of the lack of formal guidance from U.S. regulators on how to file taxes on various crypto products, the process requires the taxpayer to interpret how existing laws intended to regulate traditional assets might apply to entirely new technologies.

While Roytenberg recommends that avid crypto traders seek professional, one-on-one tax advice to clear up any gray areas, he also shared his thoughts with TechCrunch on a number of crypto tax prep packages that can be useful for filers this year.

Here’s a rundown of some of the more popular platforms available to crypto tax filers today.


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