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Crypto taxes

Crypto taxes depend on the tax laws of the country where you reside. For tax purposes, export your Exodus transaction history as a CSV file.

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Crypto and taxes

Taxation of cryptocurrency is handled differently in every country

When preparing to file taxes on your crypto, we recommend contacting a licensed and practiced accountant or service provider who is knowledgeable about how your country's tax authority classifies crypto.

How do I export my Exodus transaction history for taxes?

If you need to include your crypto transactions and holdings when filing your taxes, then you can export your entire wallet history to a CSV. For instructions, please visit: How do I export my transaction history?

You can submit the relevant information from that CSV to your tax accountant or use one of the software services below to help organize your transactions in preparation for filing your taxes.

Some software services also allow you to import your transaction history for individual assets by entering your crypto address for account-based assets, or the extended public key (xpub or zpub) for UTXO-based assets.

For a guide to find your addresses in Exodus, visit: How do I receive Bitcoin and crypto in Exodus?

To export your extended public keys for UTXO-based assets, visit: How do I export my xpub or zpub?

What are some services that help with crypto taxation?

Below is a list of software services that offer help with crypto taxation.

Do your own research when searching for available options, because you will need to pick a service that is aware of the tax rules in your location.

Please note that these are third-party companies that are not associated with Exodus. As such, we do not control and cannot guarantee anything related to their terms, policies, or performance.

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