This webinar will include an overview, trading, and transaction accounting of virtual currency along with internal revenue reporting requirements.
This course will help you become familiar with the definition and history of virtual currency, accounting, and reporting requirements of cryptocurrency transactions. We will also distinguish the difference between taxable and nontaxable events.
Robyn is from White Plains, NY. She attended Baruch College in Manhattan, NY, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accountancy. She started her career working in various accounting aspects. After graduating, she joined a small firm in Trenton, NJ, where she built her skillset and obtained her CPA license. From there, she then joined a mid-size accounting firm headquartered in Morristown, NJ, where she rounded out her experience and worked in the nonprofit accounting and tax department. In 2005, she opened up her own business, Adams Financial Services, LLC, which has been providing accounting and consulting services to small businesses and nonprofit organizations throughout both New York and New Jersey.
Edward attended Rider University in New Jersey for his B.S. in Accounting. He then attended St. Johns University for his finance MBA. Edward began his career as an investment analyst for Prudential Capital and worked as a CFO of Franklin Financial. He shortly after opened up Adams & Associates, PC. The firm has been open for the last 26 years. Edward has been also a professor in the Finance Department at Rider University for the last 31 years.