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Last year the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) indicated it wanted to know who dealt or held cryptocurrency by asking taxpayers directly on their 1040A forms. Now, the tax agency has made that form-based question much more prominent to ensure everyone answers. The IRS formally moved a question — “At any time during 2020, did you […]

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