How To Do Your Bitvavo Crypto Tax FAST With Koinly

laatste update: 12-2022


Trading with Bitvavo? Not sure how to do your crypto tax? Worried about the IRS or your country’s tax authority? Relax, we’ve got you! Watch and learn with Koinly.

Using Bitvavo and wondering how to do your Bitvavo taxes before the tax deadline? It’s really easy! Today I’ll show you have to quickly import your Bitvavo transactions into Koinly – by importing different Bitvavo CSV files into Koinly. Koinly then calculates your cryptocurrency taxes and generates a fully IRS-compliant tax report that you file with yourself, or send to your crypto tax accountant. Let’s get your crypto tax sorted!

[00:00] Introduction
[01:03] Integration
[2:59] How To Download Tax Report​s

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Want more info? Check out our step-by-step guide on how to get your Bitvavo to crypto tax done with Koinly here:

The first and usually the only step is to download all your transactions from Bitvavo and import it to Koinly. There are a couple of ways you can do this:

– As Bitvavo has an API, the fastest way to import everything is to just add your API keys (api key, api secret). After that Koinly will sync all your transactions and you are ready to generate your tax document.
– If you don’t have access to your API keys you can also import transactions by uploading CSV files.
– If you only have a few transactions and the above method(s) are not possible for you, you can also add the transactions manually via Koinly’s web interface.

To use CSV files, you need to make sure to import your deposits/withdrawals and trades for ALL years and not just the current one!

That’s it. Don’t forget to tag your airdrops/forks so they show up as Income on your generated crypto tax forms!

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[Read] How To Get Your Bitvavo CSV file

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Our tax team has done a lot of the groundwork to figure out the best way to report crypto taxes, but neither myself nor Koinly are financial advisers and everyone out there has there own financial situation, so when in doubt, definitely reach out to a tax or legal professional. (if things aren’t sitting right for you.)

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