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Another Canadian Town to Accept Bitcoin Payments For Property Taxes

Bitcoin takes another step toward mass adoption as a Toronto suburb favorably votes to accept Bitcoin for property tax payments. Cash, Credit or...

Bitcoin: When Are Taxes Due?

If you’re still asking “when are taxes due?” this morning, today may be a tough one for you. Sorry Bitcoin HODLers and traders,...

First Canadian Municipality Starts Accepting Bitcoin For Property Taxes

The town of Innisfil, Ontario will be the first municipality in Canada to accept bitcoin in payment for property taxes. The pilot scheme...

New Hampshire Closer to Accept Bitcoin for Taxes as Subcommittee Votes Yes

The state of New Hampshire has moved one step closer to accepting Bitcoin for tax payments. The state’s House Subcommittee has unanimously approved...

Bitcoin Taxes: 61% of Holders Won’t Report Losses to IRS

The US tax season has begun, and this might finally be the year to declare your bitcoin and crypto-assets. Sure, bitcoin taxes can...

Indiana, New Hampshire May Be Next to Accept Cryptocurrencies for Taxes

A house bill for amending the currently existing taxation Code of Indiana has been filed January 24 seeking acceptance of cryptocurrencies for paying...

Expect ‘Large increase’ in Cryptocurrency Taxes Filed for 2018, Says Bittax CEO

Bitcoinist spoke with Gidi Bar Zakay, CEO and founder of Bittax at the recently held Israel Bitcoin Summit in Tel-Aviv about cryptocurrency tax obligations...

Overstock Becomes First Major US Company to Pay Taxes in Bitcoin

Internet retailer Overstock has announced that it intends to become the very first major US-based company to pay a part of its state...

Ohio Gives Green Light to Paying Taxes With Bitcoin

Ohio is now setting up an official website to allow businesses to pay taxes with bitcoin.According to a recent article published by the...

Student Turns $5K into $800K Trading Crypto, But Now Owes $400K in Taxes

One college student turned his $5K investment into $880k but now says trading “ruined” his life as he’s facing $400k in cryptocurrency taxes.  From...