Crypto compliance has been a hot topic among practitioners, especially with the IRS sending out 10,000 tax notices to taxpayers with crypto transactions, recently. Both practitioners and taxpayers are equally baffled by this new subject and looking for guidance from industry leaders. This session intends to give you a good overview of the cryptocurrency landscape and compliance and how to service clients with cryptocurrency transactions.
This webinar will help you in getting ready for this tax season to serve crypto clients and help them with tax planning.
Tax professionals will gain knowledge needed to have productive conversations about cryptocurrency with their clients without feeling overwhelmed. Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ether are two trending topics in the fin-tech world. Yet, few business professionals can grasp the intricacies, opportunities and challenges posed by this new technology. This session intends to give you a high-level, non-technological understanding of the history of the blockchain/cryptocurrencies, properties & characteristics of blockchain technology and the taxation of common blockchain related transaction
Jared Zemp is a serial FinTech/EdTech entrepreneur, seasoned executive, and veteran educator. He currently serves at the Executive Vice President of Revenue and Investor Relations for ProfitStance, a cryptocurrency tax accounting platform for tax professionals. He holds a degree in business from Brigham Young University and is a member of the faculty at LDS Business College. With six kids and a pug, most of his free time is spent cleaning something sticky off his shoes.
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