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WINHELLER is the official tax partner of ACCOINTING.com for cryptocurrency investors in Germany and can help you with any crypto tax questions

ABOUT THE PARTNERSHIP

Accointing teams up with one of the leading German law firms for cryptographic currencies to offer you not only a state-of-the-art crypto tax software, but also expert legal advice and security for your crypto assets. WINHELLER is specialized in advising private investors as well as companies and has been gaining experience in the law of cryptocurrencies since 2013.

YOUR WINHELLER CRYPTO TAX EXPERTS
Benjamin Kirschbaum
German Attorney at Law

Offers our clients comprehensive advice on tax law, financial supervision and civil law in the field of blockchain and cryptocurrencies

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Philipp Hornung
German Attorney at Law

Specializes in the fields of cryptocurrencies and blockchain and represents clients’ interests before fiscal courts

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Eva-Maria Wohlgemuth
German Business Lawyer, LL.B.

Offers advice on tax returns for private cryptocurrency investors and complex tax law issues in connection with the sale of cryptocurrencies

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Erik Stephan
M.A., Tax Assistant

Specializes in tax consulting and the classification of complex issues regarding cryptocurrencies

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Valery Hardin
Senior Legal and Notary Assistant

Supports our team as assistant in the fields of crypto law and crypto tax law

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WINHELLER CRYPTO TAX SOLUTIONS
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WINHELLER Tax Solutions

ACCOINTING.com has partnered with the renowned law firm WINHELLER to provide a personalized crypto tax solution to those looking for a professionally tailored approach to their current situation. WINHELLER experts have the necessary expertise and knowledge of the crypto space to address the most complex tax scenarios.

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In Germany, no explicit legal provisions are regulating the taxation of cryptocurrencies. The general tax rules apply, although, due to the newness of the assets in question, their application is trivial. Some of the most frequently asked questions derived from the classification of private cryptocurrency trading as private disposal transactions. However, there are still several areas and new technologies that remain unsolved or are controversial in tax law. Here are the answers to seven key questions on crypto tax law. LEARN MORE

Operating a masternode can quickly turn into a commercial activity similar to mining. Tax activities in the area of cryptocurrencies comprise more than just buying and selling Bitcoin, Ether, and Co. In addition to mining, participating in ICOs, and obtain airdrops, users can also operate so-called nodes. This raises the question of what tax consequences do they have and how to deal with them. LEARN MORE

Any purchase or sale of bitcoin or other cryptocurrency is a taxable transaction. Anyone who makes a profit from cryptocurrency will be subject to tax, except during specific retention periods. However, it would be unusual for a buyer to buy all the cryptocurrencies at once and then resell them at the same time. In most cases, the positions will instead accumulate over a certain period and then resold successively. The question arises as to how to calculate the profit or loss of the different sales operations: Fifo or Lifo. LEARN MORE

While in the early days of Bitcoin, hardly anyone thought about the taxation of cryptocurrencies due to a lack of legal knowledge and low prices, the matter became urgent for many since prices soared in 2017. Crypto investors find themselves in a predicament, operating within an unclear tax environment. However, this does not relieve them of the obligation to report any taxable profits to the tax authorities. Anyone who fails to meet this obligation might be guilty of tax evasion. LEARN MORE

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In Germany, no explicit legal provisions are regulating the taxation of cryptocurrencies. The general tax rules apply, although, due to the newness of the assets in question, their application is trivial. Some of the most frequently asked questions derived from the classification of private cryptocurrency trading as private disposal transactions. However, there are still several areas and new technologies that remain unsolved or are controversial in tax law. Here are the answers to seven key questions on crypto tax law. LEARN MORE

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winheller

www.winheller.com

Phone: +49 (0)69 76 75 77 80
Email: [email protected]