Hello, has anybody put Xinja on their tax return before? Either after the first crowdfund in January 2018, or even the crowd funding in January 2019?
I’m not a tax professional but the ATO usually has articles that help in this regard. I think what Xinja did might be considered equity based crowd funding. I’ll just include a link that has a ton of info about the different types of crowd funding and how to declare them. There also might be deductions you can make but you should consult a professional if you want more specific advice.
I was told by my tax professional that it is only needed on my tax return if I sell my shares which I believe is not even possible yet (not that I would want too).
If Xinja started paying dividends to shareholders.