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LCPfraTN

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About LCPfraTN

  • Birthday 06/26/1960

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    Eads, TN
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  1. If you were on the other side of the state, I’d be sorely tempted by this beautiful revolver!
  2. I’d take it if you were on the other side of the state!
  3. A couple of things to point out. 1. Sales tax is technically collected from the buyer, so the sellers aren’t directly bearing any sales tax cost…there is of course an indirect cost of dealing with the administrative burden of collecting and reporting said tax. 2. 1099 reporting has always been used to report gross sales, not net profit. The threshold for reporting sales of goods has now been lowered to the same level as sales of services has been for years. 3. 1099 reported income is generally reported as sales on Schedule C of form 1040, then you deduct all of your expenses and cost of goods sold…obviously, you’ll need to have documentation support for the expenses if you get audited. If you have net income, then you’ll owe tax, if you don’t have net income (in other words, you have a net loss), then you won’t pay any tax. This has nothing to do with itemized or standard deductions.
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    xsubsailor

    Just saw this, but hope he’s doing better now!
  5. I’m betting that these will be selling close to or below MSRP in the not too distant future...just have to be patient and let those that just gotta have it now get theirs for whatever they’re willing to pay.
  6. A good starting point for better Irish Whiskey for bourbon drinkers is Jameson Black Barrel. It’s made using recharred barrels, so you get more of the barrel influence as opposed to the regular Jameson that is just aged in used barrels without any extra charring. Have you tried Gentleman Jack, Basil Hayden or Angels Envy? Those are all lighter style bourbons/Tennessee whiskeys that are “smoother” than many other bourbons. Obviously, they are still very different from the lighter flavor profile of Irish Whiskey, but I find them to be good recommendations for entry level bourbons for new bourbon drinkers. I am a lover of all spirits, but I want quality and some age on most of the things I drink. I might have a single malt scotch one night, a bourbon another night, rum the next, etc., etc. It’s all good if you find the right bottles.

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