So hey, I started a primarily chainmail-based business
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So hey, I started a primarily chainmail-based business
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Posted on Sun Sep 13, 2015 2:52 pm
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Figured I may as well post this here, see what happens.

I run Thingies and Stuff, more or less purely so that I can exchange what I make for something else without the government swatting me like a fly for doing so without their blessing.

I don't really work full-time on it or anything, it's more or less a place where I can attempt to sell some of the stuff I make as a hobby.

Also, unorthodox business model, since a regular one just wouldn't make sense for me.


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Posted on Sun Sep 13, 2015 5:41 pm
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Re: So hey, I started a primarily chainmail-based business
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Posted on Sun Sep 13, 2015 5:56 pm
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Kabuthunk wrote:
Figured I may as well post this here, see what happens.

I run Thingies and Stuff, more or less purely so that I can exchange what I make for something else without the government swatting me like a fly for doing so without their blessing.

I don't really work full-time on it or anything, it's more or less a place where I can attempt to sell some of the stuff I make as a hobby.

Also, unorthodox business model, since a regular one just wouldn't make sense for me.


Such behaviour may be subject to taxation, defensiva on location.

Here in Sweden, Trading for profit is always subject to tax, but you can reduce your tax by spending what you earned on the same hobby.


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Posted on Mon Sep 14, 2015 2:11 am
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We have a links page. I think this is where this belongs.


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