IRS Clarifies Tax Treatment of Virtual Currency Donations

January 17, 2020
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Charities are increasingly accepting donations of virtual currency such as bitcoin. In light of that fact, the IRS recently issued two Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) clarifying a charity's responsibilities when accepting donations of virtual currency, which is treated as property for tax purposes. Two other IRS FAQ explain tax consequences to donors who contribute virtual currency to charity.

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