Do you want to Supersize it with an OLED selector?Or to make things even easier, Mistu should charge for the selector as well.
One stop SEGA 16B shopping!
It's like he's running a drive thru for Multi Kits...
I'll take a Sega 16B Combo please!
You want fries with that!
Yeah, everyone's absolutely gotta remember that paypal is convenient, but both them, and the taxman are absolute assholes when it comes to the details, and the end results being reported. It's a niche market, but its still very much a business, and we have to make sure those folks who are financially on the line for these wonderful products are protected, and cared for.I don't want to take payments for the selector. Apocalypse and I are splitting who takes payments for these for tax reasons. With all previous multis I took all payments and sent Apoc his cut but that made it look like I was making much more than I was.
(I am not an accountant/lawyer/etc.) My understanding is that just because paypal sends you (and the IRS) a 1099-K form reporting total payments you received does not mean you must include that amount as income on your tax return.True facts. One of my buddies got hit one year just because he was taking money for group orders and it went over the threshold where PayPal automatically reported.
Not true. For instance a 1099-B will list the gross amount of a capitol sale. But you only report the net capitol gain you realized (gross - cost basis).In the US, all 1099 revenue is taxable revenue and legally needs to be reported in your annual tax return.