>I was talkking with a friend the other day about eBay and he told me
>something that I had thought about before. He told me that thru a very
>good source he heard some startling news.
>Seems that the IRS has created a division that is only concerned with
>online auction companies. They are tracking and logging information on
>buying and selling practices of frequent users. What they are trying to
>establish is a case against paying sells tax and non-reported earnings
>on Income Tax returns. So those of you that think that you can make that
>extra cash every year without reporting it, might just ahve to answer to
>somebody up the line.
Assuming you meant they want to "establish ... a case against paying SALES
tax," though, I cannot understand that one. Sales tax is a state tax, not
a Federal tax. (Or would the IRS get involved there, too, if it's
* grown up if you can't act *
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