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^ godaddy basically keeps track of all that stuff since i exclusively use paypal/paypal debit card for everything.  the only thing that i currently don't have is the mileage, but i saved all my receipts from basically every thrift/discount store i've bought from with the intent to resell, so although tedious that should be relatively simple to figure out.

 

great info though.

Moving forward, in case you didn't know, the outright/godaddy smartphone app has a quick and easy 'add mileage' tool on the go. It's really the only thing I use the app for. Training yourself to remember to input it, and reset your odometer might take some time but it will become habit before long.

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**Disclaimer** Not a "tax guy"

No need to itemize every item. I plug in any expenses that haven't already been captured through PayPal/PayPal debit card, print the Schedule C from GoDaddy and I'm done.

Tax guy here. This, and what Wes just posted.
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Moving forward, in case you didn't know, the outright/godaddy smartphone app has a quick and easy 'add mileage' tool on the go. It's really the only thing I use the app for. Training yourself to remember to input it, and reset your odometer might take some time but it will become habit before long.

yeah, i thought i saw that in there before.  it's definitely gonna take me a while to make it habit to keep track of those miles though.  i'm awful at those types of things.

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Moving forward, in case you didn't know, the outright/godaddy smartphone app has a quick and easy 'add mileage' tool on the go. It's really the only thing I use the app for. Training yourself to remember to input it, and reset your odometer might take some time but it will become habit before long.


I have a sticker on my steering wheel that reminds me to either reset the trip odometer or record the current mileage. I track mileage for EVERYTHING. $.55 per mile adds up quickly.

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I have a sticker on my steering wheel that reminds me to either reset the trip odometer or record the current mileage. I track mileage for EVERYTHING. $.55 per mile adds up quickly.

 

 

I need to do this too... I end up just running the trip meter for weeks, and guestimating the amount of miles not driven for work. 

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Unfriendly reminder.

 Q4 - due tomorrow.

 

Why not pay electronically?

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Why not pay electronically?


Gotta get rid of those snowflake stamps somehow....

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Why not pay electronically?

People can rob you if you make transactions on the interwebs.

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Can you guys tell me the name for this weave? its a square with diagonals both ways.

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Has Linda stopped negotiating?

 

Last couple of times I've laid down offers they have been straight up declined.

 

She used to pretty reliably counteroffer and one could go from there.

 

Also seems like starting prices on a lot of her better items have increased.

 

Is Linda getting a clue?!?!? Quelle horreur!

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Annnnnnd I just received a counter-offer from Linda.

 

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One other one. This is 70's YSL suit, made in France. the Pt to Pt is 40.5" and the pants are exactly 34. How is the tag above intended to be deciphered? I thought the 93 might be cm but is measures to 99CM.

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Can you guys tell me the name for this weave? its a square with diagonals both ways.

Hopsack?
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Looks coarse enough to be a hopsack, I've also referred to it as a diamond weave before, they're both correct, I'd use both..

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