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International Tax Consequences of Cryptocurrency

September 13, 2022

As cryptocurrency has grown quickly, tax administrations worldwide have had to address the tax and regulatory issues presented by the new financial landscape, and tax practitioners should keep a careful eye on current developments when advising clients.

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