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Robinhood - Import Guide

Robinhood operates differently than other cryptocurrency exchanges. Learn if you should import your transactions or not.

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Written by David Kemmerer
Updated over a week ago

Currently, Robinhood does not offer an open API that would allow CoinLedger to automatically import your transaction history from the platform. Help convince the Robinhood team to build this capability by clicking to Tweet this message.

Importing Robinhood transactions

If you never transferred crypto into or out of your Robinhood account, we recommend that you do not import your Robinhood transactions into your CoinLedger account. Instead, use the 1099-B tax form that Robinhood provides you (found within the Tax Documents section within your Robinhood account), and give that 1099-B to your tax professional, or import it into TurboTax, TaxAct, or the tax filing platform of your choice.

If you did transfer crypto into or out of your Robinhood account, you should add your Robinhood transactions to your CoinLedger account. You can do this by downloading your crypto transaction history from Robinhood, and mapping that transaction history to our Universal CSV Template. Once you have filled out the Universal CSV Template with your trades, import the CSV file to CoinLedger.

Learn more about why Robinhood is different from other crypto exchanges for tax reporting, and why we recommend this action from our blog post, Robinhood crypto taxes explained.

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