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‘Tis Still the Season to Be Giving

It is the best of times, it is the worst of times – and charity cannot only help those in need; it can provide some hefty tax deductions to the donor, as well.

IRS Issues Hobby Loss Audit Technique Guide

2021 had been shaping up to be a pretty slow year in the hobby loss arena until September. Then not long after Labor Day we got a revision of the audit technique guide Activities Not Engaged in for Profit Audit Technique Guide Internal Revenue Code Section. The previous update was issued in June 2009. The two documents are nor radically different, but there are some things worth noting.

I will start off with some background on Section 183, but first I will introduce you to a likely target of the revenue agents boning up on the new guide.

Don’t Overpay Tax on Crypto Forks and Airdrops

Practically overnight, cryptocurrency has gone mainstream, with more and more investors funneling money into Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and other cryptocurrencies. The IRS has responded with increased interest and scrutiny, demonstrated by the addition of the cryptocurrency question on the front page of 1040.

Whether you have invested in cryptocurrency or not, you are required to answer this tax return question. Many investors choose to take the most conservative position to avoid future correspondence from the IRS but trying to avoid a letter is no reason to pay more tax than necessary.

Keep reading to learn more!

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