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06:41 AM - 01/28/2009

The topic: So, end of the year tax stuff

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I have to fill out this form for the California State Board of Equalization because I have a resale certificate. Which means I don’t pay sales tax on things I buy that go into the jewelry I make.

I can only deduct this portion from what I actually sell.  For example, I buy ten beads at a buck each, that’s ten dollars, add 7.75% tax and it’s $10.78 to me.  Not a lot, right?  So, I use one bead in a necklace I sell in California for nine dollars.  I charge $9.00 plus 7.75% tax, or .70 cents for a total of   $9.70.  Of this .70, I can deduct the sales tax I originally paid on the one bead. Less than eight cents. 

So, I listed out all of the invoices from my store last night.  Thirteen.  Yeah, thirteen. And the grand total that I sold last year?  Wait for it….

$172.94

Brian just laughed.  He said “and how many thousands have you spent on beads?” 

Oh, shut up.

Hey, you guys, go buy something!



Have you tried Etsy?  If I had a product I’d try Etsy.

I justify my yarn expenditure by telling Duke it’s not booze, cigarettes or drugs.

Posted by Naf @ Wednesday, January 28, 2009 - 6:58:40 PM

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In her spare time, she makes pretty things to sell in her store.

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