The ultimate guide to filing your tax return
Every year it's a cross, so we've marked out the route for you.
Declaring your crypto income is always a complicated step, not least because you don't want to make any mistakes. We've prepared just that, with lawyer Alexandre Lourimi (ORWL), an ultra-comprehensive guide to help you find your way around with complete peace of mind.
Take a deep breath, the dive will go well!
🐳 I bought my first cryptos in 2022
You don't have to do anything because only transactions that took place in 2021 are affected by the 2022 declaration (opening an account on a platform and selling cryptos). The trouble will start next year, you lucky bastard!
🐳 I have an account on a platform established in France
Good news too, you don't have to declare anything either (if you didn't sell anything in 2021). There's no need to inform the tax authorities that you have an account with Coinhouse or Deskoin, as they can check it themselves.
🐳 I have an account on a foreign exchange platform
Having an account on Binance or Crypto.com is equivalent to having a bank account in Switzerland. You are obliged to report it to the tax authorities, but without disclosing what you have on it (catch your breath).
You need to tick the "Miscellaneous" box in step 3 of your tax return where foreign accounts are mentioned. This action triggers the opening of another window where you can specify what type of account it is (in this case a digital asset account ) via form n°3916 bis.