Do I need a qualified appraisal for cryptocurrency?
Being a financially forward-thinking individual, you purchased (or even mined) some Bitcoin, Ethereum, or other cryptocurrency back in the day.
Being a compassionate (or at least passionate) person, you've donated to your favorite public charity or charities. In addition, being a tax-savvy citizen, you've done the tax-efficient thing and donated these (highly-appreciated, long-term) assets directly to one of themanycharitiesorDonorAdvisedFundsthatacceptcryptocurrencies.
Now it's time to file taxes and you realize that you need a Qualified Appraisal in order to claim your deduction because you hit that $5k threshold .
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Though you can easily estimate the fair market value of Bitcoin, you also know that the IRS is a stickler for making sure that every i is dotted and every t is crossed, and you don't want to risk missing out on taking full advantage of that sweet growth these last few years.
Well, you've come to the right place. Our sole aim is to make getting a qualified appraisal for Bitcoin and other virtual currencies as easy as possible.
Just provide us with the details of your gifts, and we'll provide you with an appraisal report and a filled-out Form 8283 so you get the full advantages of your cryptocurrency donation.
Getting a Bitcoin appraisal shouldn't have to break the bank.
We charge a flat fee of only $120 for a single donation and $180 for up to 20 separate donations.
We support Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Monero, Zcash and many others.
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