Libra is the premiere accounting, reporting and tax layer for blockchains. Founded in March, 2014, Libra’s innovative software is in use by individuals, businesses, and accounting professionals to efficiently remain in compliance as well as organize and measure the financial impact of their transactions. It’s been built from the ground up for the revolutionary technology which is the distributed public ledger.
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Pick any cost basis methodology to account for your bitcoin including FIFO, LIFO, AVCO, and LibraTax Optimized.
Easily connect to Coinbase, Blockchain.info, and others to automatically import your transactions and calculate your tax credit or liability.
LibraTax helps you avoid overpaying the IRS. Take advantage of automatic calculation of taxable/non-taxable Bitcoin transactions.
Libra’s platform is compatible with many major Bitcoin wallets and exchanges. These integrations allow for near instant calculation of realized gains and losses, tax liability calculations, accounting reports and other analysis, on-demand. Libra also features a generic import template that allows users to add their transactions from almost any Bitcoin wallet and/or exchange.
Libra CEO and Founder Jake Benson recently said in a presentation to an audience at SXSW, that the “blockchain is simply an accounting ledger, nothing more.” Libra is built with this mentality in mind. By using the blockchain users can experience real-time accountancy, reporting and compliance. Prior to Libra, this was something that simply didn’t exist.
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