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Taxing crypto and other digital assets: using practical scenarios to explore key tax concepts for individuals and businesses

Please join our panel of professionals for our webcast – a timely discussion of recent digital assets tax  trends and the outlook for changes relevant to individuals and financial services companies. 

The volume of cryptocurrency and other digital asset transactions continues to grow exponentially. While there’s limited existing guidance, we’re seeing significant proposed legislation, which will present tax and regulatory requirements and challenges. How can you keep pace with these changes?

In the third edition of our webcast series, we bring together a team of EY digital asset tax leaders across federal, state and local, international, and information reporting, who will share insights and perspectives, backed by realistic use cases, covering the following:  

  • Taxing authorities’ view on crypto and other digital asset classes, including existing and proposed guidance
  • Individuals — understanding taxable and nontaxable transactions, including timing, character (capital vs. ordinary) and source
  • Businesses — implications to strategy, planning, customer reporting, accounting, compliance and controversy
  • Positions, including potential alternatives, currently being taken in the market



Mike Cyran

EY Americas Financial Services Assurance Partner 

Ernst & Young LLP



Janine Burman-Gage

International Tax Senior Manager

Ernst & Young LLP

Tara Ferris

Financial Services Tax Principal

Ernst & Young LLP

Lauren Lovelace

Financial Services Tax Principal

Ernst & Young LLP

Mike O’Brien

Indirect Tax Web3 and Digital Assets Leader

Ernst & Young LLP

Thomas Shea

Financial Services Crypto Tax Leader Ernst & Young LLP

Ernst & Young LLP


CPE credits: 1.2


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