IRS Clamps Down on Unreported Cryptocurrency Profits

The letters are “proposals,” not bills, in IRS lingo.

By Rick Richardson

Cryptocurrency investors in the United States are receiving letters from the Internal Revenue Service that are proposing backdated tax payments relating to the trade of virtual assets.

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Some traders are reportedly receiving notices asking for input on revised tax returns, based on estimates of profit generated by cryptocurrency-related activities.