Cash App provides free tax filing for state and federal returns through Cash App Taxes.
For a faster and easier experience, we recommend filing on desktop (see article here) but mobile entry is also available as shared below.
Please Note: Cash App provides a 1099-B form. For this year, the 1099-B form only includes the proceeds, or sales amount, of your Bitcoin sales during the year. It does not include the amount your cost basis, or amount you paid, for that Bitcoin.
By following our import guide for Cash App, you can generate a Form 8949 that provides both sales proceeds and cost basis information to accurately file your tax return.
From your TaxBit Account
Step 1: Once all of your data has been imported or synced to TaxBit, you can download Form 8949 from your account. All you need to do is visit the Taxes page, click the Download IRS 8949 button, and download the PDF version.
From your Cash App Account
We strongly recommend completing the following steps on your computer. Mobile instructions are available here if you only have a few transactions.
Step 2: Go to https://cash.app/taxes, or log into Cash App and navigate to Taxes
Step 3: Once you’re in the dashboard within Taxes, search for “8949” and choose the “1099-B and Crypto Sales” option
Step 4: When prompted to enter your investments, choose the “One sale at a time” option. Enter the information as mapped to the Form 8949 above
Form 8949 source details downloaded from TaxBit
Cash App one transaction at a time entry
Note: On a computer, you can add many transactions at once. See our article for how to do this on a computer
Step 5: After filling out the form for each transaction, hit “Continue” and you’re done!
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