The new $600 reporting threshold for IRS form 1099K, affects online sellers, small business owners, and pretty much anyone who uses online payment platforms.

The days of flying under the radar for taxes owed on online sales are coming to an end. With the new 1099K $600 reporting thresholds, the IRS will now know how much you make in online sales.

If you do any online sales then you need to watch this video. At the end, the end and I’ll share a tip on some costs that are usually included on a form 1099K that you probably don’t know about.

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