As transactions involving cryptocurrency become more mainstream, the ATO has crypto users in its sights. It is now accepted that cryptocurrency is not a ‘currency’ for tax purposes. But as the possible uses of cryptocurrency evolve, taxpayers must grapple with the age-old question – are gains and losses taxable on capital or revenue account? Or are they tax exempt?
In this webinar, partner Fletch Heinemann will explore when cryptocurrency and share transactions are taxable on capital or revenue account, with case studies featuring Haibo.
[Running time: 1 hr]
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