Tax Client Service Agreement

We rely on us to ensure that the information you provide to us is complete and accurate. We will not review this data or otherwise verify it, although we may ask you to clarify some of this information. We therefore cannot rely on our services to reveal errors, fraud or other illegal activities that may exist, and we are not responsible for the impact on our services of incomplete, missing or blocked information or false or fraudulent data provided from sources or sources. However, we will notify you of material errors, fraudulent financial reports or misappropriation of assets of which we are aware. Please note that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) considers virtual currency (e.g.B. Bitcoin) to be property for U.S. federal tax purposes. Therefore, all transactions carried out in or using virtual currency are subject to the same general taxation principles as those applicable to other real estate transactions. If you have had virtual monetary activities during the tax year, you may be subject to tax consequences related to such transactions and have additional foreign reporting obligations. You agree to provide us with complete and accurate information about all transactions made in or transactions that have used the virtual currency during the fiscal year.

Please ask us for advice if you have any questions about the nature of the records required for virtual monetary transactions. THIRD PARTY PAYMENTS AND DISCOUNTS: I try to negotiate discounts on the products and services I buy and offer for sale, and if possible, I try to get a commission or referral fee for the products and services I recommend to you. Any discount or payment I receive is taken into account in the total price of the future services I offer you as an additional cost saving measure…

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