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How do you answer the “Digital Asset” question on IRS Form 1040 without going to

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For tax year 2022, the IRS has revised their question at the top of the 1040 form. Previously the question referred to “virtual currencies” (their term for cryptocurrency coins and tokens). This is now changed to “digital assets”, which also includes NFT’s (non-fungible tokens) and stablecoins.

In this week’s Freedom Hour presentation, Peymon Mottahedeh, the founder of Freedom Law School, will help you determine how to handle this “Yes” or “No” question with no risk of going to prison.

Peymon and Freedom Law School have helped many Americans to live free of IRS deception, robbery, and slavery. Take the Seven Steps to income tax freedom on our website, www.FreedomLawSchool.org.

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