We’re into the 4th quarter of the year, which means it’s time to start saving those end of year receipts, making final sales and gearing up for tax season. If you’re an online seller, you’ll have a new form to deal with in 2013 when you file taxes. It’s called the 1099-K and is required for any online seller who made more than $20,000 gross in a year and had more than 200 transactions. Check out this infographic from outright.com to learn more about the form as well as random tax facts that may surprise you.
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