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New Burberry Brit Sherbourne blue cotton zip front hoodie Medium NWT retail $385       Loro Piana Scollo V 100% baby cashmere v-neck sweater IT 60/US 50 made in Italy       Filson indigo blue twill cotton Seattle shirt XXL 2XL button front long sleeve       Filson Alaskan Guide heavy cotton flannel shirt cream black check plaid size XL  
Isn't 555 a repro, and newer?
 I won't lie - I've bought a pile of books at GW and put the one or two "special price" books on the bottom...knowing they probably won't look at them individually and just ring them all up as adult hardbacks.  If they notice, I pay.  If they don't, I still pay (regular prices).  BUT, they have all been books on quilting and sewing, which I gifted to my mom, so hopefully that atones for my sins.   This one was regular price at $2.92, ended up selling for a bit more:   
 Dayum - again?!  That's nuttier than a squirrel turd.  
 Sorry double-post: you don't wanna fuck with the IRS.  The fees are paltry compared to the interest they charge - it's worse than a payday loan or loan shark, the vig they charge.  Many years ago I went for about 4 years without filing, and ended up owing way more than just the back taxes and fees.  No matter if you finally decide to file on your own, or get a notice from them, they will have your bells in a sling with the interest charges. The bastiches.  
 ...if you go beyond the return date, re-donations are also deductible, but only for what the store typically prices the items at.  Forgot to mention that.  You're lucky that your thrifts offer returns - none of mine do.  Also, if you're buying from - say - Marshalls or Saks Off Fifth to re-sell, and put it on a credit card, you can deduct the interest paid on the card for those purchases.  Probably a bunch more I'm not thinking of that are pretty obscure or one wouldn't...
 Technically, you're responsible for paying taxes on anything you sell thru eBay...however, PayPal only sends that info to the IRS if you sell more than $20,000 AND more than 200 items.  If you sell 199 items for $20k, they won't report it.  If you sell one item for $19k, they won't report it.  Talk to a tax pro.  What follows is just my personal experience:You can use eBay/PayPal to track sales, as well as eBay fees and PayPal fees, which are deductible.If you consign...
I, too, have buttons, but not a whole jar...sets harvested from bad buys and whatnot, plus the odd one here and there. Don't think I have an exact match for this coat so will probably have them all swapped out.
Yes, I make joke. Actually haven't seen that T&A label before - assume it's newer / current?
  This was my house in Portland some years back.  Music is by Coil (Unreleased Themes from Hellraiser).  I had a sign on the front gate saying it might be too scary for little kids, but the parents still sent them up the path anyway, and more than one kid started bawling and the parents got all angry at me, so I told them to go fucking trick-or-treat at the mall where it's all safe except for that one time we had a mall shooter so they're better off just staying at home. ...
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