Tom Cardinale discusses the lack of cryptocurrency tax reporting, including gains and losses, tax forms 1099K and 1099B and Coinbase.

The Tax Consequences of Failing to Report Cryptocurrency Transactions


Host, Dara Albright, interviews Tom Cardinale, Tax Partner at EisnerAmper, to obtain insights and expertise on reasons behind the lack of cryptocurrency tax reporting, the importance as well as the challenges of good recordkeeping in a market that never sleeps, and the tax implications of cryptocurrency loans – a rapidly growing segment of the industry.


Dara Albright: Hello everyone and welcome to EisnerAmper’s podcast series. We’re always interested in the latest trends and developments as well as any related business and accounting opportunities and challenges. Today we’re taking a look at cryptocurrency as it relates to reporting standards. I’m your host Dara Albright and with us today is Tom Cardinale, tax partner at EisnerAmper. Tom, welcome and thanks for being here.
Tom Cardinale:Thank you. Great to be here.

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Thomas Cardinale is an EisnerAmper Tax Partner with over 20 years of public accounting experience, managing business tax compliance engagements for companies with foreign and domestic operations.

Dara Albright is a recognized thought provoker, advisor, author, and speaker on topics relating to fintech, digital finance, cryptofinance, peerfinance, crowdfinance topics, IPO execution, investment banking and corporate communications.