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Protect Your Coin Property Rights

Cryptographic coins are legally defined as Property (US).

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Crypto Tax Basics

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Understand Value Appreciation vs USD Gain


When are crypto gains taxable in the U.S.? This is the big question. Virtual (cryptographic) currency is legally defined as property. When you convert the crypto coin (property) format into US dollar format, the transaction becomes taxable. Core Concept: when property gains are converted into the USD (dollar) format they become taxable.

Example: because the U.S. government has jurisdiction over dollars, dollar gains are taxed the same way as real estate (property). So when you sell (convert) your BTC (bitcoin-crypto) into the USD format, this is considered a capital gain. Core Concept: However, trading between cryptographic coins, for example, trading LTC to BTC, is an appreciation of value. There is no change in format to the USD. I.e. You have NOT changed format from property (crypto) to US dollars. To say it again with different words, there is NO gain in (real) dollars (in a dollar account) when the trade between cryptographic coins occurs. Learn more from John Jay Singleton and AceOfCoins.com.

Use an LLC to Defer Cap Gain Tax


Core Concept: Legally, LLCs DO pay capital gains taxes, the question is WHEN. Do you want to pay now or do you want to defer your capital gain taxes? Cryptographic coins are defined as property, so why not use an LLC to protect your property? John Jay Singleton: The Taxable Gain to the LLC is DEFERRED [default setting]. YOU DECIDE HOW LONG. The dollars are being taxed, not the real estate. As long as the LLC never files a return, it does not have a tax liability [in dollars]. [I.e. filing a tax return for your LLC indicates that you have chosen to pay taxes now, instead of later.] ...You are using the LLC to [legally] change your property rights so that you don't have the tax liability. ~ John Jay Singleton, LLC and Capital Gains Taxes.

LLC Structure


The way you structure your LLC matters. Which IRS forms are you filing and why? Filing a 1040 for your LLC removes your default tax deferred status (by your action, you are indicating that you want to pay taxes now, not later).

Change Your Property Rights Using an LLC


John Jay Singleton: [The] definition of a tax is that it must be paid. The question is...how did you incur the tax liability? ....There is no such thing as voluntary. [However] it is VOLUNTARY to CREATE a tax liability in most cases....I look at the IRS as another financial risk, and it is very easy to manage that....All you've done is CHANGE your property rights so that you don't have a liability. ~ John Jay Singleton, Taxes, LLCs Interview.