Easily calculate your coinbase taxes and create the appropriate tax reports to submit to your tax authority. Koinly crypto tax calculator completely integrates with Coinbase and makes tax reporting a breeze.
Koinly easily integrates with Coinbase. Just connect Koinly to Coinbase via API or by importing a CSV file of your transactions. Once you're connected, Koinly can help you identify and organise your transactions so when the tax deadline rolls around, you simply download the Koinly tax report for your country. All your Coinbase income, gains and expenses are calculated and tallied for you, ready for your tax return.
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Allowing Koinly access to your transactions does not mean Koinly can move or touch any of your funds. The access granted is read-only access. Koinly only wants to see your transactions so it can identify which transactions are taxable and which aren't.
If you use Coinbase Pro, you'll need to sync your Coinbase Pro account separately. Syncing your Coinbase wallet does not give Koinly access to your Coinbase Pro transactions. If you have both accounts, it's important to sync both wallets. If you have both accounts and you're transferring funds between the two wallets, but only have one wallet added, Koinly won't be able to distinguish these as non-taxable events. You can find out how to sync your Coinbase Pro wallet here.
1. Sign in to your Koinly account.
2. Head to Wallets and select your Coinbase wallet.
3. Find the three dot icon on the right and select import file.
4. Upload your CSV file.
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If you've set up 2-factor authentication, your Coinbase account may ask you to verify after you've selected send request.
It's normal for these data requests not to arrive in your inbox immediately. In some instances, it may take a couple of days for your email and attached CSV file to come through, so don't panic if you don't see it straight away.
Your Coinbase CSV file will not contain transactions to and from Coinbase Pro, so you'll need to import a separate CSV file with your Coinbase Pro transactions. You can learn how to do this in the video at the top of this page.
If you are using both wallets, it's normal to see transactions from Coinbase Pro to Coinbase, even if you never sent those funds. This is because whenever you transfer crypto from Coinbase Pro, internally it arrives at your Coinbase account first, before being sent onto your Coinbase Pro account. These aren't taxable events and Koinly should recognise this automatically.
Koinly works as both a crypto tax calculator and a portfolio tracker. Head to your dashboard to check your Coinbase balance and portfolio. We recommend regularly checking your trades to spot any unrealised gains or losses.
Tax deadline looming? It's easy to get your Coinbase tax report using Koinly. Just head to the Tax Reports page within your Koinly account and select the date range you need to file for. Koinly does all the calculations for you in order to calculate your capital gains and income.
First, Koinly imports your crypto trade history from Coinbase:
Then, Koinly identifies the market rates for all your transactions:
Next, Koinly calculates your taxable position, including:
It couldn't be easier to get your Coinbase tax report. Head to the Tax Reports page, select the report you need and download.
First things first, review your transactions. Koinly is smart, but you should always double-check everything is accurate.
Issues can arise from incorrect imports or failing to sync all the exchanges and wallets you use. If you think your profits or losses are too high, look through your transactions to make sure it's all correct. You might find it helpful to use our Getting Started Guide before reviewing your transactions, so you can easily spot and resolve any issues.
Once everything is correct, download the correct tax report for your country. Koinly offers a number of different tax reports to pick from for our users spread across the world. When your tax deadline is near, simply submit your Koinly tax report to your accountant or submit your taxes directly yourself.
Yes. Most cryptocurrency exchanges share customer data with the relevant tax authorities, so make sure you report your transactions accurately.
For the IRS in particular, Coinbase sends copies of Form 1099-MISC to both the taxpayer and the IRS for any U.S. users who made more than $600 over the course of the tax year.
Similarly, the HMRC have confirmed they collect data from Coinbase.
Koinly has a huge help section, totally devoted to helping our users resolve common queries and issues, as well as some not so common ones. Here's some of the questions we get asked most about integrating Coinbase:
You can see all our Coinbase and Koinly help content here or if you need help right away, jump on our chat and we'll answer your query as soon as possible.