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Cryptocurrency End of Year Tax Guide

This article outlines our: 1. Tax Summary for Cryptocurrency2. Cryptocurrency End of Year Checklist3. How we can help as cryptocurrency accountants and tax advisers If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch Tax Summary for Cryptocurrency IRD…

How much tax do I pay on my cryptocurrency profits?

Marginal Tax Rates An individual combines their cryptocurrency profits for the financial year (1 April to 31 March) and reports a single profit/loss amount to Inland Revenue (IRD) in their income tax return. The crypto profit is combined with their…

Planning for Tax – Decisions to Consider

Cryptocurrency prices have increased significantly in 2020 and many clients have made money from their investments. Tax liabilities for the financial year ending 31 March 2021 are likely to follow; prepare now. Some clients will keep their profits invested in…

Inland Revenue Requests Information from New Zealand Cryptocurrency Companies

You have likely received an email in the past month informing you that IRD has requested client information from NZ cryptocurrency retailers. This includes your personal details and purchase/sale history. All businesses in NZ (regardless of industry) are legally required…

Cryptocurrency Purchased to Earn an Income – Part 2

This article is part 2 in our series about cryptocurrency purchased with the intention to earn an income stream. Read Part 1 here. In summary, there is a possibility that an increase or decreases in cryptocurrency values may be on…

Cryptocurrency Purchased to Earn an Income – Part 1

This series of articles is about cryptocurrency purchased with the intention to earn an income stream. The IRD cryptocurrency update provides information about intention and purpose when acquiring cryptocurrency. For the first time, it makes specific reference to tokens that…

Transferring Cryptocurrency Between Wallets or Exchanges

A transfer of a cryptocurrency token from one wallet to another, or from a wallet to an exchange (or vice versa) is not a taxable event. Before and after a transfer, the cryptocurrency token is owned (and controlled) by the…