Originally Posted by Larkin121
So if they drop off the ingredients... and I am not keeping the ingredients because I am returning them to them in a different form... ?
I'm really not trying to be difficult. I understand what you are saying, but it would seem ridiculous for the IRS or the HD to care if my best friend wants me to make her a cake and would like to supply the ingredients as others have said here. Wouldn't the INTENT to be a business or not matter? I agree with you if I were making profit off said friend and then was trying to claim "Oh it was just one cake, I'm not a business!!" then the gov't could say you had intent to profit at some point.
Does that make sense?
It makes sense to moi however it does not make sense to others and they are entitled to be wrong
^^^totally kidding ^^^^ sorta
No no no but seriously it's like someone said about babysitting-- generally speaking you don't provide health care benefits, holiday pay, stock options, sick pay, taxes, pay in to fica and unemployment insurance--it's just your neice or a friend's teenager or Auntie Louise, you pay 'em they go home happy.
You're not running an illicit day care are yah?
Pinch your nose together and say >>>You have to have a license for tha-at.
No seriously it's a tough gut wrenching issue.
tough tough tough
No easy answers.
Each one has to make their own decisions yes?