Since the incredible bull run last year, early adopters, and even people who invested in cryptocurrencies back in January 2017, have made an incredible amount of financial gains. In the U.S. some people who want to cash out a good chunk of money realize they’ll end up paying the taxman (IRS) a lot of money in capital gains. However, there are ways people can avoid heavy crypto-taxation and capital gains. This week, news.Bitcoin.com spoke with Tim Picciott, a financial advisor and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) for ten years, and he explains how he’s been helping the ‘crypto rich’ avoid hefty penalties and capital gains legally.
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