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Self Assessment payments are due by midnight on the 31st of January 2019

This will be relevant to any gains made in the big bull run at the end of 2017. If you still haven’t filed with and paid HMRC, here’s how to get it done:

  1. Make sure you know what you owe

Are you sure there aren’t any taxable events that you’ve missed?

Crypto-to-crypto trades, gifts, and even buying things with crypto are all potentially taxable events. If you need a quick primer on how to deal with all things crypto tax as an investor, trader or miner in the UK, we have designed a course to systematically take you from the basics to a full understanding of your tax situation.

If you are already proficient in filing for Self Assessment and really just need more niche advice - eg. how to deal with particular coins, masternodes or very specific residency issues, consult a tax advisor directly. 

Our Telegram group with Adrian Markey is also a goldmine of information.

2. Compute your gains and taxes

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3. Get professional advice

We always recommend getting someone to look over your returns, even if you DIY. Contact us if you are in need of accountancy help - professionals can also help you get insurance.

If you’re feeling stressed about your taxes, don’t worry. Follow the steps above. If you can’t get a professional look-over in time and would like one, you can file using estimated figures, following which you will have one year to update with confirmed calculations.

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