Best way to cash out btc without raising tax issues?

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Just learned with my last two hours plus researching the tax implications of cashing out btc to usd. Any advice? does it differ from bank acct cash outs to say a cc linked cash out etc? So much to learn you almost must literally be a tax attorney. Anyone actually plan to ever claim their tax liable btc cash outs? I don't even know where to start, have cashed out to my bank a couple times, fairly low amounts... Discuss and advise if you please
 
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