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robbyk93
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

 
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GiseleD
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

You cannot import them from a PDF, unfortunately. However, you can link Robinhood and import them. Here's how:

  1. Open or continue your return.
  2. Select Federal from the left menu, and Wages & Income from the menu near the top.
  3. Scroll down and select Show more next to Investment Income.
  4. Select Start or Revisit next to Cryptocurrency.
  5. Follow the instructions and we'll calculate the gain or loss from the sale.

There's an upload limit on cryptocurrency transactions in TurboTax. If you have more than the limit, you’ll need a transaction aggregator. We’ll walk you through that in the cryptocurrency section. 

 

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GiseleD
Expert Alumni

Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

You cannot import them from a PDF, unfortunately. However, you can link Robinhood and import them. Here's how:

  1. Open or continue your return.
  2. Select Federal from the left menu, and Wages & Income from the menu near the top.
  3. Scroll down and select Show more next to Investment Income.
  4. Select Start or Revisit next to Cryptocurrency.
  5. Follow the instructions and we'll calculate the gain or loss from the sale.

There's an upload limit on cryptocurrency transactions in TurboTax. If you have more than the limit, you’ll need a transaction aggregator. We’ll walk you through that in the cryptocurrency section. 

 

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justinfaith78
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

In my desktop version of Premier, I can find no link for Cryptocurrency anywhere in the "wages & income"/ "investment income" section.  I've scoured the dang thing and I'm getting kinda frustrated

justinfaith78
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

I am trying to import Crypto from Robinhood and Coinbase but it is only giving me the option for stocks.  No where can I find a way to import a .csv file...

any help greatly appreciated

fanfare
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

The feature you're looking for is in TurboTax Online,

but not in TurboTax CD/download.

ahmedkhidre
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

could we use turbotax Cd/download version for same purpose ? 

ahmedkhidre
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

what is the solution for turboTax cd ?

DeanM15
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Does TurboTax Premier cover my crypto transactions made through Robinhood? The file format for records of my crypto transactions is a [PDF].

The Desktop/CD version of TurboTax will not accept an upload of CSV files from the cryptocurrency traders like the Online version does. 

 

You can still enter the trades in the Investment section, under Stocks, Mutual Funds, Bonds, Other, you just have to do it manually. You can enter the total for each type of transaction (long term and short term) and mail a copy of the transaction into the IRS. If you enter each transaction, you do not need to mail a copy of the transactions in.  

 

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