How are earnings on Yieldstreet taxed?

March 15, 20161 min read
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There are two types of legal structures that YieldStreet uses for investments – Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) offerings or Borrower Payment Dependent Note (BPDN) offerings. Each produces a different tax document. SPV offerings will produce a K-1 form that will state interest income, which is typically reported as ordinary income. BPDN offerings, on the other hand, will produce a Form 1099.

Please see this section for more information on how Yieldstreet investments are taxed.