Author Topic: Gutting A Computer To Build A Mining Rig Part 2 - Nov 6, 2018  (Read 349 times)

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Offline FixedByDoc

Re: Gutting A Computer To Build A Mining Rig Part 2 11-7-18
« Reply #15 on: November 08, 2018, 01:08:40 pm »

Tux Edo
2 days ago (edited)
24:34   Don't call it a business it might change how you claim the income or what permits you need.    Here where I live it's not a sale if money don't change hands. We lay the money on the table so the other person can pick it up that way there is no tax involved either.   Kind of like stuff you can't sell, just put it in a box and sell the box.
Whatever is in the box don't matter.    \_(ツ)_/
    Also doing yard work you need a $25 City Permit to cut grass for other people for money. Here they cut the grass for free but somehow find money in the yard while doing the job.
You can't sell Raccoons or other wild life but you can sell cages for whatever price you want,  what is inside the cage is free.
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Lorettas brother
Lorettas brother
2 days ago
You think that`s good advice to be giving Troy here on an open forum?
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The Do It Yourself World
The Do It Yourself World
2 days ago
Cant call it a business anyway. Town wont allow it. Have to sell stuff off the property. Meet people outside the property for payments. Odd but thats what they said otherwise it has to be registered as commercial land

Tux Edo
2 days ago
@Lorettas brother  YES ... Not just Troy but you or anyone who wants LEGAL  loopholes to make extra cash.    It's called thinking outside the box  Go into a Casino.and try to put money in a cashiers hand  IT CAN"T BE DONE ....   Ever wonder why?
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Tux Edo
Tux Edo
2 days ago (edited)
@The Do It Yourself World   It's not a payment if they don't put money in your hand, that was the whole point of what I said....  on your property or not. 
Go into a Casino and try to put money in a cashiers hand  IT CAN"T BE DONE ....  they will always tell you to put the money down.
  Ever wonder why?  ... It's a LEGAL loophole.
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The Do It Yourself World
The Do It Yourself World
2 days ago
Interesting. I had no idea. I heard of other loopholes they do at the casinos too

Tux Edo
2 days ago
@The Do It Yourself World  .....   did you read the  EDIT  I put on the 1st comment I made?     yard work/ cages ..
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The Do It Yourself World
The Do It Yourself World
2 days ago
lol

lol would love to see troy try using this crap in court.
IRS: troy owes us for back taxes on sales
troy: na uh i was never handed the money they set it on the counter first!
judge: 20yrs hard labor for being a fucking retard!!!!


ive been to casinos and ive persoonally handed the cash to the teller etc... the reason some places dont take from your hand is for SECURITY REASONS not irs reasons retards!!!!!
Always doing better...
 

Online Mr Spork

Re: Gutting A Computer To Build A Mining Rig Part 2 11-7-18
« Reply #16 on: November 08, 2018, 01:17:50 pm »
lol would love to see troy try using this crap in court.
IRS: troy owes us for back taxes on sales
troy: na uh i was never handed the money they set it on the counter first!
judge: 20yrs hard labor for being a fucking retard!!!!


ive been to casinos and ive persoonally handed the cash to the teller etc... the reason some places dont take from your hand is for SECURITY REASONS not irs reasons retards!!!!!

EXACTLY!
They are trying to eliminate any slight of hand ripoff schemes between the cashier and an accomplice.

Yes, I am mocking you - MORON
 

Online BackFromTheDead

Re: Gutting A Computer To Build A Mining Rig Part 2 11-7-18
« Reply #17 on: November 08, 2018, 02:06:38 pm »
I would be willing to bet that Mr Reid never filed for a vendors licence for collecting and remitting sales tax. The good news is the state gets notification of all business formations, even sole proprietorship's because he had to file legal papers. In my state sales tax is charged on everything, including labor. Every year there are new landscaping business form and operating that don't properly collect sales tax. The state catches up and audits them and figures out how much tax is owed and its the burdon of the business to pay it. In my state even if you file for bankruptcy you still owe the tax.