The Crypto Investor’s Guide to Death and Taxes.
What you'll learn
- How Crypocurrencies and other Crytoassets are Taxed
- How to Minimize your Tax Liability
- How to plan for your heirs to inherit your Crytoassets
- The risks involved with various approaches to estate planning with Crytoassets.
- Basic Understanding of Crypocurrencies
We are all excited about living in the new age of programmable money, smart contracts, and crypto assets. But yet we still have to deal with 19th-century bureaucracies! Especially when it comes to Death and Taxes, the two things we must all confront.
Whether you are just starting or a seasoned investor, this course will provide you with clarity on how the IRS views your crypto activity and how to make your tax and estate planning as painless as possible. Planning matters! Planning how you will document your activity before completing a thousand transactions will make your life much easier! And leaving a clear plan for your heirs to access your assets is one of the best gifts you can give them if the unthinkable happens.
Each lesson provides detailed information and background, as well as practical examples and illustrations. And each lesson includes references and links for more information for those who want to explore more.
I have been a college faculty member and teacher (in one capacity or another) for over 20 years. My goal is to make this course the number one resource for Crytpo Tax and Estate Planning Information! When you enroll, you give lifetime updates to the information in the class. As you know, it is still early days in the crypto space, and I'll be there as a resource as you navigate your work tax and estate planning.
Who this course is for:
- Crypocurrency Investors
- Spouses and Loved ones of Crypocurrency Investors
J Scott Christianson is a successful instructor and business owner with more than 23 years of experience in networking, videoconferencing technology, and project management. A Project Management Professional (PMP), Scott has worked on more than 400 videoconferencing projects. He currently serves as an Associate Teaching Professor in the Trulaske College of Business at the University of Missouri and remains actively involved in videoconferencing technology and applications.