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Bob Sanders
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Bill,

My attorney is also a magician.

My CPA came from the broadcast industry. He is also an attorney.

My doctor was a musician.

My wife was a ballerina / model before becoming a physician and then a magician.

Now we need to find a showbiz dentist!

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Sebashtion H.
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I know this thread is a little old but for online sales you still need a sales tax certificate correct. you have to charge sales tax weither you are a buisness or not, from what I remember.

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On 2007-10-16 21:15, Sebashtion H. wrote:
I know this thread is a little old but for online sales you still need a sales tax certificate correct. you have to charge sales tax weither you are a buisness or not, from what I remember.

Sebashtion H.

Sebashtion, I am not a lawyer (thank God for that) nor a CPA, I also live in Ohio wher the law may be totally different from where you are. Having given my cop out disclaimer, Ohio law, as I understand it says that everything I sell that is shipped to an Ohio address must be sales taxed because it is considered an in state transaction. Anything that is shipped out of state is not liable for Ohio taxes but "may be liable for sales tax in the receiver's jusrisdiction." Which I take to mean that the state of Ohio could care less if I collect out of state taxes.

Hope this gives some insight, but to be sure that you don't but yourself in the ringer, check with your local and state tax agencies.

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The IRS page on "business versus hobby":

http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=172833,00.html

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An activity is usually considered a business if it makes a profit during at least three of the last five tax years, including the current year.
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On 2007-10-17 11:35, Paddy wrote:
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On 2007-10-16 21:15, Sebashtion H. wrote:
I know this thread is a little old but for online sales you still need a sales tax certificate correct. you have to charge sales tax weither you are a buisness or not, from what I remember.

Sebashtion H.

thanks that helps

Sebashtion H.
Sebashtion, I am not a lawyer (thank God for that) nor a CPA, I also live in Ohio wher the law may be totally different from where you are. Having given my cop out disclaimer, Ohio law, as I understand it says that everything I sell that is shipped to an Ohio address must be sales taxed because it is considered an in state transaction. Anything that is shipped out of state is not liable for Ohio taxes but "may be liable for sales tax in the receiver's jusrisdiction." Which I take to mean that the state of Ohio could care less if I collect out of state taxes.

Hope this gives some insight, but to be sure that you don't but yourself in the ringer, check with your local and state tax agencies.

Peter
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