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On 10/2/2021 at 7:50 AM, fixyurdivot said:

This morning my wife, who runs a small craft and photography business on-line, was telling me of a conversation she had yesterday with our part time neighbors about the new "Recovery Act" laws as it pertains to e-commerce tax reporting.  My wife already gets the 1099's forms from her various sales platforms but our neighbor was a bit shocked about the new thresholds (she just started a new business)... which are, shall we say, not subtle.

It's going to get harder to avoid reporting income from online sales (cnbc.com)

It's no secret that the gubberment wants their share of our ill-gotten booty, but wow, from $20k/200 transactions to $600/1 transaction... really?  I wonder how they derived this change?  Sell a used set of irons for $700 and get taxed on $100? I totally get that e-commerce sales created a tax loop-hole of sorts in the last decade and these same goods sold through retail stores would have created tax revenue.  Si in a way, these changes are just catching up to current times.

Anyway, it got me to wondering where this is heading and how far off it will be before stuff we sell on our BST sub forum (or the like) will need to be reported?  How about Craigslist, yard/estate sales?  

Please don't go down the politics lane but just curious what others think about the changes - in particular the not so subtle threshold and whether any attempt to move to other non business ID transactions would be excessive?

I'm doing a look around the house at what I need to unload, quickly 🤣.

I am pretty sure that you only have to pay tax on profits, not just if you sold something for less than what you paid on it. 

 

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If your sales are akin to having a garage sale — i.e., you unload belongings for less than what you originally paid — there typically is no reason to report what you pulled in, said Weston at the American Institute of CPAs. Essentially, there is no “income” to report.

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11 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

I am pretty sure that you only have to pay tax on profits, not just if you sold something for less than what you paid on it. 

 

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If your sales are akin to having a garage sale — i.e., you unload belongings for less than what you originally paid — there typically is no reason to report what you pulled in, said Weston at the American Institute of CPAs. Essentially, there is no “income” to report.

Yes it is just an income tracking tool you only pay tax if you were profitable. 

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I am about to watch my hard work maintaining a 4.0 gpa go out the window tonight with a B in math… math has absolutely nothing to do with my major.  A little bitter about that right now.

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58 minutes ago, EasyPutter said:

Cazenovia Golf Course, 5th fairway looking at the 4th tee and fairway on the other side of the shadow casting tree, South Buffalo NY on Thursday 10.7.2021, air temp 78*F with light winds

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That realization that it is Autumn and you are in the Northeast, Buffalo NY to be exact, on a summer kind of warmth afternoon and the sun is this low at 4:30pm casting these great long shadows across the fairway and in the only panorama photo you took you caught the lady of the kindly older couple met at the 1st tee while she is in her backswing at that perfect moment... how can you possibly not find yourself in love with golf?

I had a similar experience last year in NE Ohio - it's not unusual to be able to play in November, but I was playing in shorts and a polo. Definitely not ordinary.

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Driving over 2 hours today to do a youth pheasant hunt. I was contacted by a gentleman in need of help so I’m trying to help out kids who want to hunt. It’s also a great promotional tactic for the dog training organization I am a member of.

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1 hour ago, tommc23 said:

Driving over 2 hours today to do a youth pheasant hunt. I was contacted by a gentleman in need of help so I’m trying to help out kids who want to hunt. It’s also a great promotional tactic for the dog training organization I am a member of.

Have fun Tom.  Sounds like a good time.

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1 hour ago, tommc23 said:

Driving over 2 hours today to do a youth pheasant hunt. I was contacted by a gentleman in need of help so I’m trying to help out kids who want to hunt. It’s also a great promotional tactic for the dog training organization I am a member of.

Hats off to you and my best Navy salute to you. Helping the kids. My old man was an avid Quail hunter and trained Pointers and Setters. Him and his partners also did the field trial runs too. Down South it was Quail---- I have never seen Pheasants but one time in the wild. Come to think of it that was many moons ago in your neck of the woods in PA. Two took off late in the afternoon from the medium of the interstate. Magnificant Birds

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8 hours ago, MaxEntropy said:

I had a similar experience last year in NE Ohio - it's not unusual to be able to play in November, but I was playing in shorts and a polo. Definitely not ordinary.

Down here it has still been very humid and now we have rain. I believe it has cancelled our golf activities for today. We had the usual Saturday Shootout planned and a Nine and Dine for this afternoon. I will call someone in a little while to verify.

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On 10/3/2021 at 5:24 PM, EasyPutter said:

Have you tried changing the height of the tee by as little as 1/8 or 1/16 inch?  Whenever I sky my tee it is always because my clubhead is functioning more as a plow than as a low flying aircraft.  My tee is very low compared to others (a regular partner has tees so long I've suggested he try using a Tee Ball set) and for me as long as I only have just the width of my finger between the bottom of the ball and the turf I can usually find the sweet spot.

As my late business partner Big John used to say  I tee the ball at the " traditional "height even with a metal driver. As SOP I do tee lower and back some in my stance that is how I hit the Stuey Stinger. If I want to hit higher I tee higher and move it forward in my stance. 

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7 hours ago, Shankster said:

Have fun Tom.  Sounds like a good time.

 

7 hours ago, BIG STU said:

Hats off to you and my best Navy salute to you. Helping the kids. My old man was an avid Quail hunter and trained Pointers and Setters. Him and his partners also did the field trial runs too. Down South it was Quail---- I have never seen Pheasants but one time in the wild. Come to think of it that was many moons ago in your neck of the woods in PA. Two took off late in the afternoon from the medium of the interstate. Magnificant Birds

Thanks guys it was tough going the dogs did well but it was tough. The kids had fun and the dogs enjoyed doing their jobs

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absolutely brutal (half) of a round today. 

booked as a single and got grouped with 3 friends. one of them had obviously never played golf. 

we made the turn in 2 hours and 25 minutes, and that was enough for me. 

went to the pro shop and let them know just how slow it was out there and that ANY kind of marshaling needed to be done to move things along. 

to their credit, they gave me 1/2 off my next round or a free 9 hole round. 

i offered a bunch of suggestions to these guys to keep things moving but they didn’t wanna hear any of them 

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Playing my favorite course in Western NY tomorrow morning, Chautauqua Golf Club on the Lake Course, the original Seymour Dunn and Donald Ross design first played in 1914, where I will be walking the same fairways as Ben Hogan, Walter Hagan and Sam Snead, the 10th hole where Gene Sarazen hit a Double Eagle driver 4 iron in 1930 on his way to achieving his "Grand Slam" and the 17th fairway where Amelia Earhart landed her plane in 1929 on her way to the Chautauqua Institution next door to give a talk.  I will be sure to let everyone know if anything as auspicious happens tomorrow.

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Scored a big win for the duct tape / zip tie - Red Green side of my personality yesterday!  I have an 1990 JD 332 garden tractor that I really like.  It has been very reliable and gives me enough minor maintenance items to keep me happy working on it but not enough to be unreliable.  It wouldn't start last weekend when i wanted to use it & the dump cart for hauling logs.  Some troubleshooting through the week on the fuel solenoid and a couple other safety switch things had me zeroed in on a time delay control module that wasn't getting voltage to the fuel solenoid. 

OK....time to find & order the part......It's nice that it is a deere and parts are available for even these real old machines...

Holy crap on a cracker.....  $475 or so for a replacement??!!??!!  Did some other voltage checks coming out of leads on that module since it also interacts with the PTO and all else seems to be working OK.  So after thinking about it and checking schematics in the tech manual I went to the zip tie solution.  

Zip tied the solenoid plunger so it can provide fuel and it starts and runs fine.  Only downside is to make it stop running I have to take off the zip tie to cut fuel, since the key in OFF would normally do that.  But the zip tie is loose enough that I can slide it off and not have to cut it.  Only 1 zip tie needed!!!

So I saved myself about $474.85....that can now be spent on something golf related!!!  

As a self proclaimed Redneck Engineer myself you make me proud. Did a similar thing on a welder one time. It had a transistorized box that sped the engine up when you struck an arc. The box kept burning out and the company was tired of replacing them at $600 a pop and basically junked the unit. I gave them $50 for it. Unplugged the box and solenoid connected to the throttle. Went to Wally World and purchased a cable pull for a lawnmower and installed it. The welder just ran at 3/4 throttle all the time. Maybe used more gas but I did not worry about the good old Kohler engine anyhow because it had a centrifugal govenor anyhow and would not overspeed. I used that thing for about 5 years and sold it when I moved to the beach for $500

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10 minutes ago, EasyPutter said:

Playing my favorite course in Western NY tomorrow morning, Chautauqua Golf Club on the Lake Course, the original Seymour Dunn and Donald Ross design first played in 1914, where I will be walking the same fairways as Ben Hogan, Walter Hagan and Sam Snead, the 10th hole where Gene Sarazen hit a Double Eagle driver 4 iron in 1930 on his way to achieving his "Grand Slam" and the 17th fairway where Amelia Earhart landed her plane in 1929 on her way to the Chautauqua Institution next door to give a talk.  I will be sure to let everyone know if anything as auspicious happens tomorrow.

Donald Ross course good enough for me--- Being born and raised in the Carolinas I grew up on Ross courses and Ross copy courses. In fact I have played the one in Jacksonville Fla that the Senior Tour played the last 3 days-- Love Ross courses

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Not sure if we have many guys in North Dakota here on the site. I haven’t look at the map in a while and I’m really not sure where to put this, shocker I know. If we do have guys in the ND area who hunt I’m heading that way in a few weeks to hunt some pheasant and maybe waterfowl. If I do and we have guys who hunt that are out that way reach out to me I’ll be spending 7-10 days hunting there with my dogs.

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On 10/10/2021 at 8:31 PM, EasyPutter said:

Playing my favorite course in Western NY tomorrow morning, Chautauqua Golf Club on the Lake Course, the original Seymour Dunn and Donald Ross design first played in 1914, where I will be walking the same fairways as Ben Hogan, Walter Hagan and Sam Snead, the 10th hole where Gene Sarazen hit a Double Eagle driver 4 iron in 1930 on his way to achieving his "Grand Slam" and the 17th fairway where Amelia Earhart landed her plane in 1929 on her way to the Chautauqua Institution next door to give a talk.  I will be sure to let everyone know if anything as auspicious happens tomorrow.

Hit well for all except 3 holes, that means bogey golf with some double bogeys and one birdie!  Par 3 141 yard 10* hybrid to 10 feet and a one putt, made my day at this course I have to play at least once each year.1149864178_10_11.202118thgreenflags(2).JPG.3e4e9bb0e6fc66932f8d7ab515863ec4.JPG

Gene Sarazen's Double Eagle hole.  Only 91 years, 2 months and 4 days ago.

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Amelia Earhart's Runway Hole, only 92 years, 2 months and 18 days ago.

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I suspect the time of year for those two events is similar due to the months the Chautauqua Institute is active every summer.

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8 hours ago, EasyPutter said:

Hit well for all except 3 holes, that means bogey golf with some double bogeys and one birdie!  Par 3 141 yard 10* hybrid to 10 feet and a one putt, made my day at this course I have to play at least once each year.1149864178_10_11.202118thgreenflags(2).JPG.3e4e9bb0e6fc66932f8d7ab515863ec4.JPG

Gene Sarazen's Double Eagle hole.  Only 91 years, 2 months and 4 days ago.

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Amelia Earhart's Runway Hole, only 92 years, 2 months and 18 days ago.

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I suspect the time of year for those two events is similar due to the months the Chautauqua Institute is active every summer.

You have your cart loaded down like I loaded down the Motocaddy when I walked. Now that it is cooling off here I am going to attempt to walk a little more with it. Note I did try the Hickory Par 3 tournament a few weeks ago. I was humid and I was swinging hickories. Even with the Motocaddy I gave out about 8 holes in. Did not play the back side

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