How to declare my cryptocurrency gains in the income tax declaration? (Guidance for Germany)

From 2019, the deadline for tax returns and taxes on cryptocurrencies in Germany will end on 31 July instead of 31 May as previously and taxes on cryptocurrencies have become a not inconsiderable part for some people. Questions like – when is there a tax liability? When does tax exemption prevail? How must profits from cryptocurrencies be entered in the tax declaration? – will be answered in this post (only in german).

As this post is written for the German market and its traders, there is no English version of this blog article. For those who live in Germany, but do not speak German, feel free to ask us at support@blockpit.io 

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this blog post is for general information purposes only. The information was completed to the best of our knowledge and does not claim either correctness or accuracy. For detailed information on crypto regulations, we recommend contacting a certified legal advisor in the respective country. If any questions occur, feel free to contact us on our social media channels.

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