Many of us sell hobby items that involve PayPal or sales on Ebay. You may not know that now sales over $600 per year are subject to tax reporting.

This letter at the link below, which will automatically go to your members of Congress, is easy and quick to complete. …

While the IRS has temporarily delayed implementation of the new $600 threshold for receiving 1099-K tax forms, Americans who sell online need a permanent solution. Without a permanent change, these forms will be issued for the sale of virtually all goods, even used or pre-owned goods, even when no income tax is owed. This new change will mean even people selling only a few things out of their garage will receive confusing tax forms intended for businesses.


A problematic tax reporting provision will force millions of Americans to receive confusing and burdensome IRS forms. These additional income tax forms (1099-K) will be issued for the sale of virtually all goods, even used or pre-owned goods, where no income tax is owed. This new change will mean even people selling only a few things a year online will receive confusing tax forms intended for businesses.

Help to change this law before January 1, 2023. Please click the "SEND A LETTER" and make your voice heard.