Jordan Bass is the Head of Tax Strategy at CoinLedger, a Certified Public Accountant, and a tax attorney specializing in digital assets. As the owner of the accounting firm Taxing Cryptocurrency and legal firm Bass Law, Jordan has years of experience helping hundreds of cryptocurrency investors and businesses navigate IRS guidelines to properly file and report their taxes.
Jordan has an extensive background in financial accounting and taxation and is one of the leading crypto tax and accounting authorities for entrepreneurs and investors within the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Jordan leverages his in-depth knowledge of the crypto market with his tax expertise to help clients understand cryptocurrency tax and accounting implications while aiming to take the uncertainty out of planning and filing crypto taxes.
Prior to CoinLedger and his work within his own tax and legal practices, Jordan worked at Ernst & Young, a multinational professional services firm and one of the largest accounting firms in the world. Jordan holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Southern California’s Leventhal School of Accounting.
After working at Ernst & Young, Jordan Bass, CPA served as the Accounting Manager for Horizen (formerly ZenCash), a privacy-oriented cryptocurrency that aims to enable an application-rich and inclusive ecosystem that provides people with complete control of their digital footprint.
Today, Jordan is an entrepreneur who has started two different professional services companies within the cryptocurrency ecosystem: Bass Law Firm and Taxing Cryptocurrency.
In an industry with an insurmountable amount of "gray area", Jordan's deep experience across individual tax, business tax, accounting, and legal circumstances across the digital asset ecosystem have positioned him as one of the industry's most looked-to thought leaders.
Jordan is an expert on cryptocurrency taxation as well as the laws and regulations that impact the crypto industry. Jordan has helped hundreds of individual investors, entrepreneurs, funds, and businesses navigate the complexity of taxation within the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Jordan makes regular appearances in the media to share his insight and discuss news and current events relating to cryptocurrency taxes.
Jordan holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Southern California, a Juris Doctor (JD) from Southwestern Law School, and an LLM Master of Law from New York University. Jordan is also a licensed CPA.