Use TurboTax or CoinTracker to report on cryptocurrency

For the 2022 tax year, Coinbase customers can get a discount on TurboTax products that support cryptocurrency. You can also use CoinTracker at a discount to determine your gains and losses across Coinbase Pro or other wallets.

Check out Coinbase Taxes to get personalized recommendations for which tools and reports to use when filing your taxes.

Using TurboTax

You can e-file your cryptocurrency gain/loss history with the rest of your taxes through TurboTax. 

For information on how to import your cryptocurrency transactions, please visit Turbo Tax.

To manually e-file your gain/loss history:

  1. Download a TurboTax gain/loss report from Documents in Coinbase Taxes for the tax year you’re reporting from.

  2. Upload the file directly into TurboTax. 

Using CoinTracker

If you only used in 2021, Coinbase Taxes has you covered. If you used Coinbase Pro, Coinbase Wallet or other platforms, you may need to aggregate all your activity with an aggregator like CoinTracker to prepare to file your taxes.

CoinTracker is free for first-time users and for up to 3,000 transactions on and Coinbase Pro, including up to 100 transactions on Coinbase Wallet. For additional platforms or more transactions, all Coinbase customers get 10% off of paid tax plans (the discount will automatically be applied at checkout). 

You can connect your account to CoinTracker by clicking the Continue with Coinbase button when you sign up. This will provide CoinTracker with read-only access to your Coinbase transactions to give you real-time insights in CoinTracker.


TurboTax and CoinTracker are not Coinbase services. If you decide to use TurboTax or CoinTracker you are responsible for reviewing the third party’s service terms, website terms, and privacy policies. You agree that third parties, and not Coinbase, are responsible for performance of TurboTax and CoinTracker and the content on their websites. Links to third-party websites will open new browser windows. Except where noted, Coinbase accepts no responsibility for content on third-party websites.

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