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Barbara Weltman
Barbara Weltman
Barbara Weltman is the founder of Big Ideas for Small Business, Inc. , which publishes Idea of the Day® and the e-newsletter Big Ideas for Small Business®. She is an attorney, a trusted professional advocate for small businesses and entrepreneurs, and a prolific author of important books such as J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes and Home Business Magazine’s Home-Based Business Start-Up Guide. She also serves on the advisory board for the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council. Follow her on Twitter @BigIdeas4SB.

4 thoughts on “How Do You Report Sales of Inherited Stuff Sold Online?”

  1. I don’t. When my ex husband died he left a boat load of things to get rid of. He had a five bedroom house. Everything was sold by open house and garage sales. Took a few weeks but what didn’t sell was sent to the garbage dump. Keep all the money. No share with the government. If they don’t like it they can sue me.

  2. Barbara:

    Many thanks for this GREAT article!
    I am settling an estate and this exact situation has been causing me considerable anxiety.
    I really appreciate you addressing it so very well!

    Jim

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