Starting this year, a relatively low-key change to the reporting threshold for goods and services sold online will bring IRS scrutiny to millions of casual online sellers.
The new requirement, part of the US bailout passed last year, means ordinary people who sell items they previously owned through third-party platforms, such as eBay, will have their sales reported to the IRS. , even if they do not generate taxable income.
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