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How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling

Started this discussion. Last reply by Penelope Jun 17. 12 Replies

Ok, so I'm a young man, 22 years of age and I've been spending a lot of my time at flea markets recently. I love the show American Pickers and I'd love to be able to make a business of buying and…Continue

Tags: taxes, income, tax, profit, picking

Cutlery- essential (and manly) tools for survival

Started this discussion. Last reply by Seth Fuller Jan 12, 2010. 5 Replies

As a person who loves to be outdoors, over time I have generated a small collection of various knives with multiple shapes, sizes, and uses. Some of them ranging from fighting knives for defence,…Continue

Tags: hunting, fishing, outdoors, cutlery, knife

Animal Attacks

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jack Bauer May 1. 70 Replies

Ive spent alot of my time in the woods hunting, fishing, etc., but luckily enough ive never been attacked by an animal. You hear alot of survial stories on tv and the internet about people fighting…Continue

Tags: to, combat, hand, surviving, outdoors

Life in the Military

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Salmon Jan 16, 2012. 14 Replies

I started this discussion to hear the stories of our soldiers currently serving our country, and those of our veterans who peviously served. I am currently preparing to go into boot camp for the…Continue

Tags: Patriotism, Marines, Military

 

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Penelope replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"A few more thoughts on taxes:  This business model would make a great hypothetical for a tax planning exam.  Report as capital gains or earned income or some of both?  Can you take home-business expense deductions like the home office…"
Jun 17
Regular Joe replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
""Finally, don't forget eBay, craigslist, and other ways to get rid of more pricey items." Find the niche communities and deal with them directly.  For example, I stumbled upon a store in my city that was selling dead stock…"
Jun 17
AZDuffman replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"out and making, not earning, money!  Even better to start at a young age, as I wish I would have done.  Enough about that, how to do better and make more money?  Here is what I can offer from what I have seen and know.....First, do…"
Jun 17
Patrick replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"Musical instruments (not guitars, though) are usually a pretty solid investment.  You can pick them up cheap at the end of a school year, then turn around and make a profit at the beginning of the next year, when new students are looking for…"
Jun 16
Penelope replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"Yes.  There is an H&R Block around there. They can advise you if you have a choice of paying income taxes or capital gains taxes on such earnings, and if it's worth it to set things up as a small business, which might make you eligible…"
Jun 16
Jack Bauer replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"Income is taxable.  Shouldn't be any different if you're selling old junk or new cars.  The $280 profit you made at the flea market is technically taxable income.  Realistically, the IRS will likely never know about…"
Jun 16
Glen Rose replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"Ok so as for the tax laws, I live in Lawrence county, ohio. Is there anyone who is an expert on the laws in my area? Thanks"
Jun 16
Regular Joe replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"Use your smartphone to do quick ebay searches for items you're considering picking or buying for re-sale. That'll give you an idea of what they're worth according to the people who are actually trying to buy and sell them (as opposed…"
Jun 16
Karl Helweg replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"Learn about stuff.  Knowledge is profit.  Know what you are looking at.  Know if it works.  Know how much it is worth and to who.  Other flea market vendors are often willing to talk about their specialties.  Check with…"
Jun 16
Regular Joe replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"Depends on whether or not you want to specialize in a certain type of merchandise or if you just want to sell general merchandise.  If it's the former, you need to locate unique sources of inventory, you need to locate and target your…"
Jun 16
Carl Monster replied to Glen Rose's discussion How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling
"I know two people personally who do this...women....one works at Publix in Florida; she has an Ebay store and makes a nice side income reselling stuff. Another, a friend of an in-law, always did this as part of her nature and ended up founding a…"
Jun 14
Glen Rose posted a discussion

How to be a Picker... And Flea Market Buying/selling

Ok, so I'm a young man, 22 years of age and I've been spending a lot of my time at flea markets recently. I love the show American Pickers and I'd love to be able to make a business of buying and selling like they do. Every weekend, I've been riding around the local flea market on my bike "doing some picking" and once I've bought some good items for a low price, I resell them. I've been making some profit off this.. For example, last weekend I made 280 dollars just sitting at the flea market…See More
Jun 14
Jack Bauer replied to Glen Rose's discussion Animal Attacks
May 1
Andrew replied to Glen Rose's discussion Animal Attacks
"I've bee attacked by a dog, a cat, and crazy Brazilian birds."
May 1
Dan Wall replied to Glen Rose's discussion Animal Attacks
"I was attacked by a rooster when I was 5. Does that count?"
May 1
Andrew replied to Glen Rose's discussion Animal Attacks
"It's a brown bear! *plays dead*"
May 1

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Hunting, Fishing, Mass destruction, so on, and so on
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Movies
Rambo, Scarface, etc
Music
METAL!
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THE KEY TO BEING A MAN IS ACHEVING ALL THAT IS EXTRAORDINARY AND DIFFICULT.

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At 1:42pm on April 20, 2010, Michael S. Hilton said…
Happy Birthday! I can't believe you don't like books, but your choice of movies and interests (except fishing) Relates to me!
At 5:43am on April 20, 2010, Michael J. Austin said…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!!
At 10:19pm on November 14, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Hello and welcome to the site Glen !!!!
 
 
 

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Jack Bauer replied to Nathanael's discussion Common-sense gun laws, what would they look like for you? in the group The Great Debate
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Walter B. Pewen replied to Nathanael's discussion Common-sense gun laws, what would they look like for you? in the group The Great Debate
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