How much tax do I pay on crypto gains? If you owned your crypto for more than a year, you will pay a long-term capital gains tax rate, which is determined by your income. For single filers, the capital gains tax rate is 0% if you earn up to $40,400 per year, 15% if you earn up to $445,850 and 20% if you make more than that.
How do you declare crypto as income? Income from bitcoin dealings should be reported in Schedule D, which is an attachment of form 1040. 13 Depending upon the type of dealing which decides the type of income from cryptocurrency—ordinary income or capital gain—the income should be reported under the correct head in the appropriate columns of the form.
Do I have to report crypto losses? Yes, you need to report crypto losses on IRS Form 8949. Many investors believe that if they only incur losses and no gains, that they don’t actually have to report this to the IRS.
Do I have to report crypto under 600? If you earn $600 or more in a year paid by an exchange, including Coinbase, the exchange is required to report these payments to the IRS as “other income” via IRS Form 1099-MISC (you’ll also receive a copy for your tax return).