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Several lawmakers have sent a letter to the Internal Revenue Service requesting additional clarification regarding cryptocurrency tax matters.Read »
The Investing in Opportunity Act is a super tax-reduction strategy for cryptocurrency investors. Jump in to learn more about the program.Read »
Liechtenstein enjoys a long business-friendly tradition. And now the European nation is getting in on the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry.Read »
In this article, we explore two overseas crypto-friendly jurisdictions: Bermuda and Malta. The Gordon Law Group regularly works with token investors.Read »
There's a new tax code and town. So, you may want to reconsider your business classification. Click through to read about the new percentages.Read »
A lot of people have been asking: Must I declare crypto holdings sitting in overseas exchanges and wallets? Jump in to explore the issue.Read »
Cryptocurrencies are taking the financial world by storm, and now some states, like Illinois, are looking at ways to leverage virtual currencies.Read »
With the new federal tax code in place, people are wondering: "What cryptocurrency tax write-offs can I take; should I become a trader to save?"Read »
In this blog post, we will review a few fundamental cryptocurrency tax legalities. If you need a Bitcoin tax lawyer, get in touch!Read »