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The PayPal 1099-K: Don’t Fear It

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The Etsy Forums have been alight with talk about something called the “PayPal 1099.” Some sellers expressed confusion about what the form is and why it matters. Others knew what it was, but didn’t know what to do with it. We at Outright thought we’d give you the full scoop so that you can get the answers you need.

PayPal’s 1099-K: What is it?

Beginning in January 2012, companies that process credit and debit card transactions will be sending out a new tax form called the 1099-K. For sellers, that form will come from PayPal. The new form will report the money sellers received through PayPal for all of 2011. This form will only be sent to sellers who processed over $20,000 in goods and services sales and completed 200 transactions.

In a nutshell, the 1099-K from PayPal and other merchant processors, more commonly known as payment processors, will report to the IRS (and to you) how much money you made in 2011. But what the IRS won’t automatically know is how much you spent to keep your business running. This is why it is now more vital than ever for sellers to record every single business expense, from shipping to COGS (Cost of Goods Sold) to PayPal and Etsy fees, in order to minimize your taxes. After all, you only pay taxes on your profits (revenues minus expenses), not your revenues only.

Not sure if you’ll receive a 1099-K?

You can sign up for a free Outright account, connect it to your PayPal account, and you can easily see what your revenues for the year are. If it’s over $20,000 and you have more than 200 transactions, you will receive one. [Ed. note: You can also download all your shop data on Etsy by going to Your Shop > Options > Download Data.]

What to do when you receive it:

The form will arrive in your mailbox (and at the IRS) in early February. Be sure to check that the numbers on your form are accurate. One easy way to do this is to import your data over at Outright to see a quick breakdown of your profit and expenses, which you can then check against your form. You will want to make sure that the amount you report on Schedule C, Line 1d is the same or more than the total amount on your 1099-K form. Don’t worry if you have no idea what Line 1d is —just take note of this recommendation and double check it before filing your taxes. Finally, you will want to make sure you have captured and recorded of all of your expenses. Whether you use Outright, a spreadsheet, or another tracking method, this is a good thing to do anyways, regardless of the form!

And don’t stress! While it’s a new form, it’s really just an extension of the other information you already receive each year. Again, just double check that you’ve properly recorded all the information your business receives and you’re set.

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  • TheInspiredTrader

    TheInspiredTrader says:

    Great information! Thanks!

    3 years ago

  • littlepancakes

    littlepancakes says:

    Thanks for writing about this! I was avoiding reading about this kind of stuff even though I know I shouldn't!

    3 years ago

  • RivalryTime

    RivalryTime says:

    Thank you for the information.

    3 years ago

  • MegansMenagerie

    MegansMenagerie says:

    Thanks for the info!

    3 years ago

  • MootiDesigns

    MootiDesigns says:

    I'm an accountant by trade, and believe it or not I am not looking forward to tax time. Too much work. Thanks for the post (and reminder)!

    3 years ago

  • Radness

    Radness says:

    i wonder if it will calculate all the money spent on shipping each year too. Either way, im so glad I saved receipts :)

    3 years ago

  • dennisanderson

    dennisanderson says:

    anybody get theirs yet?

    3 years ago

  • orchardfarmsoap

    orchardfarmsoap says:

    perfect post for my bookkeeping day

    3 years ago

  • papergirlstudios

    papergirlstudios says:

    Thanks for finally clearing up the $20,000 in sales -AND- 200 sales debate

    3 years ago

  • papergirlstudios

    papergirlstudios says:

    Thank you for making it clear about the $20,000 *AND* 200 sales debate

    3 years ago

  • DustyRoseDesigns

    DustyRoseDesigns says:

    I wish I made $20,000! : )

    3 years ago

  • bobloveseleanor

    bobloveseleanor says:

    Thanks for the great information!

    3 years ago

  • kcsterlingstudio

    kcsterlingstudio says:

    Thanks so much for clearing this up for me!

    3 years ago

  • lulubugjewelry

    lulubugjewelry says:

    Just got mine in the mail today. I got an email from Paypal a few days ago telling me it was on it's way and that I could view it in my account.

    3 years ago

  • TheBloomingThread

    TheBloomingThread says:

    just in time!! i posted some Q's in the etsy success forum about this and its just what i was looking for! thanks for helping us sellers out on this end of things too. (seriously!)

    3 years ago

  • TheBloomingThread

    TheBloomingThread says:

    and joining the etsy team! what a great resource! ill be recommending to all my etsy friends...

    3 years ago

  • passionatelycreated

    passionatelycreated says:

    Great information!

    3 years ago

  • theroyal

    theroyal says:

    thanks. very helpful

    3 years ago

  • AlicePotter

    AlicePotter says:

    I'm a UK seller, but just wanted to add that it would be really helpful if getting a hard or digital copy of the Etsy Bills we pay, would be really helpful. I find keeping on top of this so difficult because of the exchange rate etc. Can someone look into this?

    3 years ago

  • MerCurios

    MerCurios says:

    Thanks! I had no idea about the new form. But, I've always reported everything to the IRS so I'm worried. I keep good records all year and tally my expenses monthly so come this time every year I just have to plug a few numbers in place and I'm good to go. xo, MJ

    3 years ago

  • SusiesBoutiqueTLC

    SusiesBoutiqueTLC says:

    Thanks for the information. Very helpful.

    3 years ago

  • mirabellamorello

    mirabellamorello says:

    Glad to have this information. I think this change was making a lot of people nervous, but if I made $20,000 a year on Etsy, I would already have hired an accountant to deal with the taxes! But it is very helpful to be able to access this information for our accounts for whatever reasons we may need it.

    3 years ago

  • AllthingsWood

    AllthingsWood says:

    Great simple explanation, with all the pertinent info, thanks for providing it to us.

    3 years ago

  • salvageshop

    salvageshop says:

    thank you for the information! hmmm....not sure if i am happy or sad about not receiving a form...LOL

    3 years ago

  • outright

    outright says:

    We are so glad to hear this is helpful! We definitely appreciate all of the comments back... you made our day. Blooming Thread - Thanks so much for recommending us! Salvage Shop - You should be happy... reaching that level with your shop is definitely an accomplishment. :)

    3 years ago

  • donnakazo

    donnakazo says:

    Even though I had nowhere near enough sales for this form to be issued to me, Outright still helped me make sense of all the Etsy and Paypal transactions that had occurred over the year. I actually do love spreadsheets for handling all sorts of information! But Outright made all the difference: and I mailed off my tax return today! Thanks, Etsy, for telling us about Outright!

    3 years ago

  • HandmadeIsAllAround

    HandmadeIsAllAround says:

    Thanks for the info!

    3 years ago

  • shandke

    shandke says:

    Working on taxes some each day these days, so good info here!

    3 years ago

  • CrushedBotanicals

    CrushedBotanicals says:

    good to know!

    3 years ago

  • cutelittlething

    cutelittlething says:

    ahhhh! death + taxes...thanks for reminding me, gotta go craft something to forget.

    3 years ago

  • alofashion

    alofashion says:

    Does this apply to people in Australia? Cant seem to find any info clarifying this??

    3 years ago

  • NorthcottWilson

    NorthcottWilson says:

    Keep in mind that the $20,000 minimum is gross, not net - so you may receive a 1099-K even if your profit from Etsy was $10,000 or less. To give a quick example, suppose you buy some yarn (ideally from me!) for $10, knit a scarf, sell it in your Etsy shop for $40 plus $5 shipping, and your customer pays you via PayPal. For the purpose of the 1099-K, PayPal's view of this transaction is that you received $45. But in terms of paying taxes, you don't owe tax on $45. You should subtract the $10 you paid for materials, the $5 you spent on postage, the 20 cents you spent to list the scarf in your shop, the fee that Etsy assessed on your sold scarf, and also PayPal's fee. Now you're already below $30, and there may be additional items you can subtract. Did you drive to the Post Office to ship the parcel? You can deduct mileage (usually about 50 cents per mile, see Schedule C for current rates). Did you buy knitting needles to make the scarf? That counts as tools/equipment, and is also deductible. Did you purchase a cardboard box in which to ship the scarf? Shipping labels, packing tape? All deductible. Your profit will probably end up around $25, which is much more pleasant to pay taxes on than $45. The primary purpose of the 1099-K is to prevent people from concealing income that they've received outside of a traditional hourly or salaried job, in the same manner that a W-2 encourages you to report your income truthfully on your 1040. If your 1099-K says that you received $100,000 through PayPal and you tell the IRS that your self-employed earnings were $5,000, it raises a red flag. While none of us enjoy paying taxes (I find Schedule SE particularly vexing), if you're tempted to underestimate your income to reduce your taxes, keep in mind that this will come back to bite you later - someday you'll retire, and the size of your Social Security payments will be smaller if you've consistently under-reported your income to the IRS.

    3 years ago

  • outright

    outright says:

    Northcott - Yes, that's exactly right! The 1099-K only shows your revenue... it's your job to tell the government ALL of your expenses, as you only pay taxes on profit (revenue minus expenses).

    3 years ago

  • justineb916

    justineb916 says:

    Northcott- great clarification, and Outside, great help in general.

    3 years ago

  • justineb916

    justineb916 says:

    outright! oops! first time reader.

    3 years ago

  • AnnaCarrieBaby

    AnnaCarrieBaby says:

    Mine came yesterday.

    3 years ago

  • telahmarie

    telahmarie says:

    from what I have researched this outright service is only free for 30 days. Am I wrong?

    3 years ago

  • RagamuffinDesign

    RagamuffinDesign says:

    Thanks so much for this info! I was very confused - I didn't make anywhere near $20,000 but I did have over 200 paypal transactions because I use paypal for shop and personal use, so I wasn't sure what the situation was.

    3 years ago

  • jmayberry26

    jmayberry26 says:

    How does it work when you receive payments via paypal for other things? I've been doing fundraising for my Mom's cancer expenses as well through another website, but it all goes through my paypal account, which was fine previously....sounds like I may want to change that!

    3 years ago

  • glitterfrogdesigns

    glitterfrogdesigns says:

    While I'm really glad that my taxes were fairly simple this go-around, I'm also really, really, REALLY jealous of the people who made $20,000!! (Not really. Well, yes I am, but I'm also glad for them.)

    3 years ago

  • LazyTcrochet

    LazyTcrochet says:

    Thanks for the clarification and tips!

    3 years ago

  • LazyTcrochet

    LazyTcrochet says:

    jmayberry26 - it was suggested in a forum thread to have a separate Paypal account for personal expenses. I haven't done that yet. My Netflix and sometimes groceries come out of my one account. (but those aren't payments received) I need to take care of that soon.

    3 years ago

  • nwtreasuresantiques

    nwtreasuresantiques says:

    Can you only import from etsy to outright or can you import sales on other sites like ebay?

    3 years ago

  • nwtreasuresantiques

    nwtreasuresantiques says:

    And I don't see if this is just a trial or is truly free?

    3 years ago

  • TandJsoaps

    TandJsoaps says:

    Thank you so much for this article! It was very helpful!

    3 years ago

  • GlazeNfireCeramics

    GlazeNfireCeramics says:

    So helpful!!! Thank you so much, what a stress reliever!!!!!!

    3 years ago

  • mailel

    mailel says:

    yes thank you for all the information on this 1099-k form...

    3 years ago

  • outright

    outright says:

    Telamarie and NW - Yes, you can have a free account forever. We do have a paid version as well that includes more detailed tax reporting, but Etsy sellers are getting all of the regular features plus the detailed tax reports free for this tax year. So, enjoy (as much as you can enjoy taxes)! JMayberry - Yes, you can mark personal PayPal transactions as "personal" in Outright so that it calculates things correctly. So, it would work in your case. NW - Yes, we import from eBay as well.

    3 years ago

  • funkyjunkyart

    funkyjunkyart says:

    Thanks, great info!!!

    3 years ago

  • Untwistedsister

    Untwistedsister says:

    Sure hope I get one at the end of 2012!

    3 years ago

  • felicesereno

    felicesereno says:

    its such a great way to keep track - and great customer service too - so glad i started using outright

    3 years ago

  • larimeloom

    larimeloom says:

    will this be happening to other countries other then the US?

    3 years ago

  • danaswove

    danaswove says:

    Thank you so for the information! I would be lost without it. I am going to go checkout Outright next.

    3 years ago

  • beadtopiavintage

    beadtopiavintage says:

    i already knew i was getting it, because paypal sent me an email saying so. i am sure anyone else who is will also be getting that email.

    3 years ago

  • SilverGemsCo

    SilverGemsCo says:

    Thanks for the article! Ii answered a few of my questions.

    3 years ago

  • RockyTopDesign

    RockyTopDesign says:

    Got my form and I'm not happy about it. Ugh, going to owe so much!

    3 years ago

  • corrnucopia

    corrnucopia says:

    Thanks for the info, I'm going to have to check out Outright!

    3 years ago

  • solocosmo

    solocosmo says:

    I just got mine and I forgot it was even coming in the mail! I had already done my taxes...I am so bad at these kinds of things!

    3 years ago

  • BusyBree

    BusyBree says:

    This is exactly why Outright ROCKS!! It figures it all out for you....thank you Outright!!!

    3 years ago

  • peaceblossomcandles

    peaceblossomcandles says:

    I signed up for Outright and linked my Etsy and Paypal info and it says I have no transactions for 2011 AND for 2012. Yeah right. Now I am sorry I signed up. Worthless.

    3 years ago

  • fishandmorefish

    fishandmorefish says:

    I've been using outright for a couple years and love it!

    3 years ago

  • FerntreeStudio

    FerntreeStudio says:

    Just got mine, and I'm glad to read the simple explanation of what it really is. Not so scary after all!

    3 years ago

  • SucculentsGalore

    SucculentsGalore says:

    Good info...that's for sure! I got my form and it scared me!!

    3 years ago

  • chiobio

    chiobio says:

    Just what I was looking for... I'm so glad I didn't get to miss the online lab! See you next wednesday!

    3 years ago

  • SmokymistGardens

    SmokymistGardens says:

    From what I am hearing on some other forums, the problem is arising that paypal is reporting wrong figures. One man said they reported 17,000 more than what he made, and while had tried to contact them to straighten this out, nobody at Paypal seems to be very helpful. I use paypal for my online business, so I had well over that many sales, and I am very stressed over this. For several reasons. One...I do custom orders, so I have always recorded my income down as not when an order is received, but as in when it is shipped. I do quarterly taxes, and have always done them myself. My quarterly taxes are going to look totally different than paypal. Also from what I know, paypal is reporting your gross sales, AND shipping fees as income, not your net. I have always done my year end taxes, and they are hard enough...as I file the long form with all of my deductions. Is there a place to specifically put your income from your 1099 form, or do you just check paypal's figures against your own and put your own income down ? I am just not understanding.

    3 years ago

  • JBunnyT

    JBunnyT says:

    In addition to Etsy, I am also a tax preparer. This is a good article. I had someone call and ask me about 1099-K today. @SmokymistGardens you still must put the amount of gross receipts reported on 1099-K on line 1d (you can't just alter the gross amount and place the figure you come up with on that line). Look at the gross receipts statement closely (it's just like a credit card or bank statement it has to be reconciled) you must make sure that you calculate charge backs, returns and discounts etc that are listed, these items offset your gross receipts total and decrease the amount. This is an item reported in the expense section of Schedule C. As stated 1099K does not report what you actually made speaking from a net income point of view. If you DIY your taxes and bookkeeping the best thing to do is keep complete and accurate listings of your expenses, as well as the charge backs and returns that will decrease your actual gross income. If you cannot afford a bookkeeper, efficient good w/ numbers use Excel, Quickbooks or something to help track your expenses and chargebacks.

    3 years ago

  • SmokymistGardens

    SmokymistGardens says:

    JBunnyT, I'm glad you're on here...see I just am not understanding. Do we report both this 1099 form AND what we have kept in our own records ?

    3 years ago

  • smuttydraws

    smuttydraws says:

    is there a team for U.K tax and book-keeping help?

    3 years ago

  • cosmichippodesigns

    cosmichippodesigns says:

    A wealth of information. Thank you! (If only I made $20,000 on Etsy!)

    3 years ago

  • ZoeChen

    ZoeChen says:

    I signed up free Outright a week ago, they seem to have problem of uploading data form my paypal account. I have checked my Outright account for 7 days, the data is still incomplete. My hubby laughed at me: "that's free stuff for you! " Is that true? Would it be better If I signed up for a paid version? I contacted their tech support, all they have done is sending me their announcement: Linked accounts importing slowly. So far I still have no idea when will it be complete.

    3 years ago

  • puck513

    puck513 says:

    Outright definitely saved me hours of trying to figure out my deductions ...Thanks so much....

    3 years ago

  • Silverclaw

    Silverclaw says:

    Stupid IRS. The internet should be a tax free zone. Let entrepreneurs try to spread their wings instead of thieving 40% of their cash when they aren't even making subsistence income.

    3 years ago

  • denmark55033

    Tracy from FaithSoapsAndLove says:

    only in my dreams do I make enough to get a form like this! lol

    3 years ago

  • LMTCreativeDesigns

    Lynne A Taylor from LMTCreativeDesigns says:

    I started to use Outright about a month ago and love using it and it is the FREE version. I did have a few days where it would not update, but that was do to a bug, but in the end it was well worth the wait. Everything is right there and you can print things out when you need them. I have it linked to my PayPal account and use just my PayPal account to purchase supplies, postage and what ever else I need to. Then when I look at my expenses it is all right there. I only accept PayPal as a form of payment and the sales from my other sites are listed there too. This software has made my life a lot easier to keep track of things.

    3 years ago

  • ChickadeeWay

    Chris Lockard from ChickadeeWay says:

    Thank you for the info!

    3 years ago

  • halfpintsalvage

    Karl from halfpintsalvage says:

    Good, thorough post. Thanks for the insight! Wondering if the totals reported by Paypal are aggregate? Rather, do they include totals from all revenue sources or solely from one qualifying entity, i.e. - Etsy. Example: How would it work if you grossed $19K on Etsy and $19K on eBay? Curious to know.

    3 years ago

  • vintagejunebug

    vintagejunebug from vintagejunebug says:

    thank you! concise and to the point.

    3 years ago

  • Belledazzled

    Muy Kaing from Belledazzled says:

    Great info, I needed since I'm a first timer on eCommerce tax stuff. Thanks for sharing and to the point.

    3 years ago

  • kalyxcraftopia

    kalyxcraftopia from kalyxcraftopia says:

    ah, thank u for this info. now if only you would also do my taxes!! :)

    3 years ago

  • outright

    GoDaddy Online Bookkeeping says:

    Lynne - Glad you like Outright! Thanks. Zoe - I'll contact you through PM so that I can help you. Thanks for letting us know! Karl - The 1099-ks are aggregated by the credit card processor. So, Etsy and eBay sales would both flow into PayPal and be aggregated. Amazon, on the other hand, uses Amazon Payments for their processing and, thus, would be separate.

    3 years ago

  • marykerran

    Mary Kerran from marykerran says:

    Thank you for making this clearer.

    3 years ago

  • caarecengi

    Craig Anderson says:

    I have prepared an Excel macro-enabled spreadsheet that helps you categorize your sales and expenses to assist with your tax preparation - email me for details or find it on ebay item 170785278836 - Paypal Tax Assistance Software - Excel VBA code - 1099 analysis - ebay business

    3 years ago

  • lovestrucksoul

    Jennifer Johnson from lovestrucksoul says:

    Someone asked if anyone had received their 1099, I received mine this past week. I already figured my taxes, but I'm going to go to Outright and check it out now. Thank you!

    3 years ago

  • NanaMontana

    Nana Montana from NanaMontana says:

    I wish Outright had an easy way to import data from a dedicated business bank account account and credit card, where all of my other COG and business income are tracked. I imported these accounts to Outright thinking they would integrate with the Paypal and Etsy data, but it does not seem to work that way at all.

    3 years ago

  • outright

    GoDaddy Online Bookkeeping says:

    Nana - We do integrate with thousands of banks and credit cards! Send us a note if you'd like to discuss your specific situation. We are happy to help.

    3 years ago

  • SharonOrella

    Sharon Rook-Orella from SOArtStudio says:

    ok so I used my paypal last year and bill me later, it appears that bill me later is showing as income... Why?

    3 years ago

  • SharonOrella

    Sharon Rook-Orella from SOArtStudio says:

    I also see items listed as apple itunes that are indeed sales through Etsy as denoted in the detail description... do I have a glitch somewhere?

    3 years ago

  • auntierie

    Annmarie says:

    Don't wish you made more money. we went to do our taxes and were shocked!! to say the least. After you subtract your expenses, Uncle Sam takes 35% of what's left. 15% for Federal, 15% for Social Security and MA takes 5% for State tax It's not worth making things to sell if your time is only worth about $6.00 an hour after the deductions.

    3 years ago

  • triggervintage

    triggervintage from triggervintage says:

    hey there did anyone that made under $20,000 and less than 200 transactions receive a 1099? just curious...

    3 years ago

  • sugarpaws2

    sugarpaws2 from sugarpaws2 says:

    The IRS has suspended the 3rd party payee PayPal, as well as credit cards, for 2011 taxation. This was originally passed by Congress, hidden in the 2,700 page Obama Care Health bill. Over 90% of small businesses did not know about this new legislation and were not prepared to deal with it. Be sure to keep track of all records for 2012, in case the bill is re-enacted.

    3 years ago

  • rweadock

    Ray Weadock says:

    My wife has been selling some of her collections on eBay. What if the amount that Paypal reported was generated from items you already owned and therefore not taxable income?

    3 years ago

  • nitablum

    Nita Blum from GoldenPlumeJewelry says:

    Thanks for the outright tip! Just signed up! I also wonder now that I just started making money from etsy direct checkout as well will that be combined with my paypal earnings for this year to go towards the 200 or 20,000 rule or are those treated separate??

    2 years ago

  • elainebarriss

    Elaine from VintageLillyRose says:

    Do we have to report earnings under $20,000 to both state and federal agencies? Is there a form to use to list the cost to me for my product, Etsy fees, postage fees, etc. I am considering opening an Etsy shop but am confused by all of the tax information Thanks .......

    2 years ago

  • photomosaic

    David from JustPrints says:

    If I have more than one shop will I receive one 1099 or one for each shop that has exceeded the limits? Is the 1099 at the shop level or at the Social Security number level?

    2 years ago

  • twfaith

    Trina from TWFaith says:

    Is Etsy's 'Direct Checkout' linked to PayPal for 1099k? Or, is Etsy the Credit Card Processor, therefore separate? Thanks!

    2 years ago

  • quietplz

    Elizabeth Howard from quietplz says:

    so if i didnt make anywhere near 20,000 or have 200 transactions i can just fill out the 1040 and not the 1099-k and be okay right?

    2 years ago

  • NOLAbead

    Brittany Bocock from NOLAbead says:

    Thanks for the help!

    2 years ago

  • KreativeKris23

    Kris K says:

    Hi I plan on selling on Etsy for the first time and have a question about taxes. I have no idea how much I will make this year, but say I make $800 in 1 month. Will Paypal assume I will make this much every month and require me to fill out a 1099k and pay quarterly taxes, even if i only make $800 for the entire year?

    1 year ago

  • JennEscalona

    Jennifer Dunn says:

    Hi Kris, I work with Outright, the online bookkeeping service for self-employed pros and the 1099-K will be issued from your payments provider based on the actual amount of income you make. For example, if you make 20k in over 200 transactions from Etsy Direct Checkout, you'll receive a 1099-K from them. But if you also make 20k in over 200 transactions through PayPal, you will also receive a 1099-K from them. The law requires all payments processors to send out 1099-K's, but not that they communicate with each other. This is why it's so important that you keep track of your income and expenses on your own. (I - of course - suggest Outright.com!) That way you'll know how much you've made and if you're looking at a tax burden at the end of the year. Remember, you owe income taxes on ALL of your income even if you don't ever see a 1099-K. (Which is terrible news, I know!) As for quarterly taxes, if this is your first year in business, your best bet is to make sure you pay an amount equal to or exceeding how much you owed in taxes last year. You can find that amount (your "tax liability" on last year's 1040 form.) If you owed $1,000, it's a good idea to pay $250 in federal quarterly estimated taxes every quarter so you avoid fines and penalties. Outright has a Online Sellers Guide to Taxes that might answer more of your questions, too. I hope this helped! http://offers.outright.com/online-sellers-tax-guide/

    1 year ago

  • glittermonsters2012

    Glitter Monsters from GlitterMonsters says:

    What happens if we don't receive one? Do we not report it?

    1 year ago

  • bayleehart

    Baylee Hart from WhimseyandWanderlust says:

    Just signed up for outright it's having issues connecting with my PayPal. Also what if we made less than $20k or 200 transactions, how do we report it or DO we actually report it?

    1 year ago

  • jenmims1

    Jennifer Mims says:

    What if you made over 20K but not 200 transaction or vice versa in a year?

    340 days ago

  • SewKayBoutique

    Wendy Skovo from SewKayBoutique says:

    It says Outright is free, but then links to where they want to charge you 10.00 a month for it. What is up with that? I didn't make over 20K but I'd like to keep track of what I did make in this manner.

    129 days ago

  • MyDreamWedding

    Ruth from MyDreamWedding says:

    I am wondering if the 20K is calculated on the total revenue from Etsy and paypal Does any body knows?

    115 days ago

  • trinairby

    Trina I from MadebyTrina says:

    @baylee hart, I was wondering the same!

    87 days ago