What are zero-cost errors?
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Written by Sam Adams
Updated over a week ago

Zero-cost errors occur for a couple of reasons:

  1. A simple rounding issue

    A value becomes "0" when rounding occurs. This is often caused by a decimal point issue when data is exported from an exchange.

    Fix: This can be rectified quickly with a check and re-upload of your CSV files.

  2. Missing acquisitions
    More commonly, an acquisition is missing from the data you have imported into Recap. When our tax calculator recognises a disposal but cannot find a record of the cryptocurrency purchase it uses a cost value of "0" and flags the error.

    For help with missing acquisitions we have a support article here.

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