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Download a transaction report

The transaction report provides a detailed breakdown of your order history, trade values, deposits and withdrawals, including the Australian dollar equivalent values of the trades made on the platform.

For definitions of the terms used within the transaction report, read Understanding the transaction report.

There is a limit to the number of download attempts per person per day. If reached, you'll be notified that you've "tried too many times" and must wait 24 hours to try again.

For more information about crypto and tax, visit our Crypto Tax Australia Guide blog post.

If you're looking for an invoice that shows the breakdown of one individual transaction, visit Download recipient-created tax invoice (RCTI).

How to download a transaction report

  • App

    1. From the Menu, go to profile new.svg Profile, then select orderpaper.svg Transaction reports.
    2. Choose your date ranges.
    3. Select Download .pdf or Download .csv to download your reports in your preferred format.
  • Web

    1. If your screen doesn't look like the screenshot, dismiss any banners along the top of the screen and minimise the live chat window if it's open.
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    2. Select your circled initial in the top right corner of the dashboard and select setting.svg Account settings.
    3. Go to Transaction Reports and choose your date ranges.
    4. Select Download CSV or Download PDF to download your reports in your preferred format.

 


Difference between transaction reports and tax reports

While we don't offer specific 'tax reports', we do provide detailed transaction reports.

Tax reports do not clearly describe the data shown because many customers withdraw funds to other exchanges or investment projects. These transactions can affect tax calculation, so we cannot complete these on behalf of our customers.

We cannot know how much gain or loss is made once funds leave Swyftx, which is why we provide a Swyftx-specific transaction report instead.

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