Revenue Canada defines what is cryptocurrency and when it is taxed

Posted by Vince Kadar

Canada’s tax agency has released a new definition of cryptocurrency and its taxation rules. This article explains the circumstances under which cryptocurrency is considered taxable and explains that taxpayers are required to report cryptocurrency transactions on their tax returns, and failure to do so could result in penalties or fines.

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