Tax implications of investing in Cryptocurrency


Do you invest in cryptocurrency? Have you been wondering about the tax implications of trading, holding or mining cryptocurrency?
In today’s video, I explain the tax implications of trading crypto on public exchanges and for long term investment, the 5 factors CRA uses to determine your tax implications, how you get taxed, how much taxes you have to pay with examples and the most commonly asked questions about crypto taxation.
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