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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #73

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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #74

I understand the reason why, but it bums me out that your auctions aren't open to California residents.
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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #75

Druegar wrote: I understand the reason why, but it bums me out that your auctions aren't open to California residents.

As another CA resident, I agree. Aw well.
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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #76

I'm curious. What reason might that be?

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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #77

Garrison wrote: I'm curious. What reason might that be?


Since he sells a lot on eBay and has a website, if he sells to CA he would be legally required to get a sales tax license and collect and pay sales tax for CA residents (which would then require a business license if he doesn't already have one). These probably have annual costs. Additionally, he would have to file monthly or quarterly tax returns reporting his sales and paying the taxes. Probably not worth his time and money is my guess.
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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #78

Easy solution - have a non-CA person bid, then Paypal him/her the money. Ta-da.
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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #79

Kirk Bauer wrote:

Garrison wrote: I'm curious. What reason might that be?


Since he sells a lot on eBay and has a website, if he sells to CA he would be legally required to get a sales tax license and collect and pay sales tax for CA residents (which would then require a business license if he doesn't already have one). These probably have annual costs. Additionally, he would have to file monthly or quarterly tax returns reporting his sales and paying the taxes. Probably not worth his time and money is my guess.


Yup - Kirk's got it right - tons of paperwork - CA sales taxes are a nightmare.

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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #80

or set to a false non-ca address and do pick up at the con?

I can;t complain about it anyway, anything over 780 US sent to Australia and I have to pay 10% GST
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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #81

bpsymington wrote: Easy solution - have a non-CA person bid, then Paypal him/her the money. Ta-da.


Technically that would be tax fraud.
Technically.

Not technically I would assume you could easily find a member not in CA to bid in proxy for a nominal fee

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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #82

I'm surprised the seller would be expected to collect sales taxes. When I file my state income taxes, I have to account for internet purchases I made out-of-state that were tax-free. The state estimates how much that would be based on income, etc., and takes that into account. No problem.
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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #83

bpsymington wrote: I'm surprised the seller would be expected to collect sales taxes. When I file my state income taxes, I have to account for internet purchases I made out-of-state that were tax-free. The state estimates how much that would be based on income, etc., and takes that into account. No problem.


Many states expect that buyers will report their untaxed out-of-state purchases as you describe.

But most (all?) states that have sales tax require the business to collect taxes when the buyer is in the same state.
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Re: Discount Dungeon - Token Liquidation Note #2 4 years 3 months ago #84

Matthew Hayward wrote:

Kirk Bauer wrote:

Garrison wrote: I'm curious. What reason might that be?


Since he sells a lot on eBay and has a website, if he sells to CA he would be legally required to get a sales tax license and collect and pay sales tax for CA residents (which would then require a business license if he doesn't already have one). These probably have annual costs. Additionally, he would have to file monthly or quarterly tax returns reporting his sales and paying the taxes. Probably not worth his time and money is my guess.


Yup - Kirk's got it right - tons of paperwork - CA sales taxes are a nightmare.


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