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Balance corrections are not taxable. For example, you would need to enter a balance correction if you transferred coins from your hot wallet to a hardware wallet which also belongs to you. Using Blockpit, you just enter the quantity and currency that you want to add to or subtract from the widget's balance.

  1. In your desired manual widget, click Add Transaction.
  2. Under "Transaction Type", choose "Balance correction: deposit" if you want to add a transaction to your widget that increases the balance of the widget but is not taxable.
     
    Select "Balance correction withdrawal" if you want to add a transaction to your widget that reduces the widget's balance but is not taxable.
  3. Enter the date and time of the transaction.
  4. Enter the currency and the quantity of the affected coin. In the input field for the currency, you can either choose from the drop-down list or enter a currency manually if it does not appear in the list.
  5. You can choose to add a note. Notes can be helpful to sort trades into categories.

Click Save to display the transaction or balance in the widget.

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