Treasury, IRS Issue Proposed Regulations on Reporting For Sales, Exchanges of Digital Assets
Treasury and IRS issue proposed regulations on reporting by brokers for sales or exchanges of digital assets; new steps designed to end confusion, help taxpayers, aid high-income compliance work
The Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service today issued proposed regulations that would require brokers to report sales and exchanges of digital assets by customers.
The proposed regulations cover a range of digital asset issues where there have been questions, including defining brokers and requiring proceeds to be reported to the IRS on new Form 1099-DA.
Please follow the link below to the full news release from the IRS:
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