Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Jordan916, Jul 28, 2014.
Scumbags like you deserve what is coming. You are required by law to pay taxes of anything you sell. Cant help but laugh lol
You don't even know, you don't know what I pay or don't pay, but your quick to label, judge, and to verbally abuse, you should be proud, bless you bro
You just stated that you don't want to pay taxes on what you sold. Plain and simple - total scumbag
You defrauded eBay, then moved into a "friend's" account and got that on banned. Whether you planned to use that account or not, I suspect not since you didn't bother paying your fees, you should have left it in good standing.
You are quick to cheat, steal and scam, then abuse your friends, you will not get any sympathy here.
Pay the money and bring that account up to stuff, and all you problems go away.
Oh wait, you spent that entire $19,000 didn't you?
Should have thought of that before you killed the golden goose.
You supposed to pay taxes as soon as you go over $400 I believe (not 100% sure). The PayPal says they wont issue 1099 or anything like that if you don't go over 20k, but it doesn't mean they don't report it to IRS.
You only have to pay taxes on your profit from your sales only if you have gave PayPal your SSN or a EIN.
I'm not tax expert and I could be wrong on this but...
You technically don't owe taxes as long as the stealth account is in a fake name (John Smith or whatever the stealth name is, does), but as soon as you withdraw or deposit the money into your real bank account the IRS will know about it and good luck one day explaining why you have thousands of dollars in withdrawals from Paypal that you never paid taxes on. Which is why you should always pay your taxes no matter how little or how much you make, it will save you headaches in the future
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