Katherine Karl Explores Cryptocurrency and Tax-Exempt Organizations on D.C. Bar Tax Series Webinar
It is almost impossible to avoid news regarding cryptocurrency, whether it is a story about it soaring or plunging in value, its use in commercial transactions, and lately, as a medium for charitable giving. But, what is cryptocurrency? How is it treated for federal tax purposes? And, most importantly, may a tax-exempt organization accept it as a gift, use it, or even mine or stake it? If so, what are the tax and practical implications for doing so? This panel of experts will bring you up to speed on cryptocurrency and tax issues and share tips and tools for tax-exempts looking to engage with it. Bring your curiosity and questions and join us for a lively, timely discussion.
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