Poll: should they get rid of the tax that you have to pay before you put a pokemon up for sale?
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pokemon selling tax
#1
you should get rid of the tax you have to pay before you sell a pokemon cuz its really annoying and you get your money back anyway...
Dodgy

https://forum.pokemonpets.com/Thread-pok...elling-tax
#2
Agree with this, there should only be a tax on sold pokes.
#3
(2015-08-18, 02:27 PM)Kairos Wrote: Agree with this, there should only be a tax on sold pokes.

thank you very much! i knew people would like this idea
i appreciate you support!   Big Grin
 
        -SirBrony
#4
that prevents market flooding with fake prices Smile

for example putting a common pokemon from 100m price
#5
Don't know if this is the right subreddit... but i'm considering it an investment. In 2011 i collected some graded psa 9 1st edition cards and because of Logan paul they're now selling for up to 25000% gain.
For example the psa 9 1st ed blastoise i bought for £60 in 2011 is selling for £15k now. I have valued my entire collection of graded cards, sealed booster packs etc to be 40-50k at a realistic quick sale price.
Whats the most tax efficient way to dispose of some of the collection to take some profit? Is it classed as capital gains? Do i need to call HMRC or get an accountant?
Any advise would be great Smile Thanks!
#6
(2021-07-26, 08:49 AM)Linakesh Wrote: Don't know if this is the right subreddit... but i'm considering it an investment. In 2011 i collected some graded psa 9 1st edition cards and because of Logan paul they're now selling for up to 25000% gain.
For example the psa 9 1st ed blastoise i bought for £60 in 2011 is selling for £15k now. I have valued my entire collection of graded cards, sealed booster packs etc to be 40-50k at a realistic quick sale price.
Whats the most tax efficient way to dispose of some of the collection to take some profit? Is it classed as capital gains? Do i need to call HMRC or get an accountant?
Any advise would be great Smile Thanks!

I got this,...

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