Find crypto accountants in Germany

Crypto tax in Germany can get a little complex. In Germany, you'll pay Income Tax on short-term capital gains and from most crypto income like mining or staking. You'll need to report your crypto gains in your annual tax return. But tracking each taxable transaction manually and reporting your gains is hard work for busy investors - and the BZSt's penalties are tough. Thankfully, with your crypto tax report from Koinly, and backup from a top German crypto accountant, your crypto reporting is in good hands. Browse our directory to find crypto tax professionals in Germany.

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How is crypto taxed in Germany?

Learn how the BZSt treats cryptocurrecy with Koinly's Ultimate Crypto Tax Guide 2022 for Accountants.