small business sale


Mother’s day sale! All weekend long my entire site is marked down 15% off and an additional 20% off when your order 2 or more caps when you use the code “MUVA”. 100% hand painted by me! While supplies last, go get yours. Available in the U.S & Canada💅🏽💁🏽😋🎨


Yet another sale! All weekend long starting now my entire site is 20% off when you use code “GIMME20” when you check out. While supplies last! Getting ride of some of these designs so I can bring in newbies! Tell a friend 😘

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Today is the day! Just in time for the holidays Gold Tooth is open for business!

Our company offers one of a kind, exclusive pieces; all hand printed and designed by owners Felix Morales and Levi Fisher; with flat rate international shipping on everything in the store! 

Our launch line up consists of three T-shirt designs and three patch designs, all of which have been hand distressed to make sure each item sent out is one of a kind! 

Check out our store for items inspired by the weird, macabre, and odd!

anonymous asked:

I want to sell my orginal artwork at my first convention. What do I need to do ? Do i need to get a business permit ? A tax ID number ? State business registration ? HELP!

kiriska: A lot depends on the show. Check their site. Check their vendor applications. Do they require any permits or licenses? If there’s nothing stated, email them to double-check. If you want to be extra safe, you can check the state’s department of revenue website. Search for “sales tax permit” or similar. Look up details regarding sales tax reporting and payment.

A sales tax permit allows you to sell items and collect sales tax for those items, which you would then need to report to and pay back to the state. Some states allow temporary permits; others only have permanent ones, though you should be able to cancel it after your event if you aren’t sure you’re in it for the long haul.

You typically do not need a business license to have a sales tax permit, but again, this may vary with state, and you may want to look into one anyway if you know you’re going to be doing this a while. In some states, when you apply for a sales permit, it will ask you to register for a business license if your place of residence requires it. 

For example, I have a permanent UBI number for the state of Washington, which is basically their sales permit. My address is in Seattle, and so when I applied for the UBI, the City of Seattle became aware of my doing business here, and I was informed I also needed a city business license.

Some other helpful information can be found in our #taxes tag. However, if you’re very unsure or uncomfortable looking up and comprehending this information yourself, I highly recommend talking to a tax or small business professional.

Nattosoup:  To anyone with tax related questions: We are not tax professionals.  Tax law varies by state.  Google is your best friend. Please do your research, because we cannot be held responsible for your choices.

There seems to be two ways you can handle your convention table in terms of taxes:  Hobby or Small Business.  Both are reported differently, both vary state to state.  I highly recommend you DO talk to a tax professional, especially if you are over the age of 18, do this professionally for your income, and make over $2000 per year at conventions.

Here are some resources that I’ve found.  These are not definitive.  If you are worried or confused, the IRS has things in place to help.  Please consider utilizing those resources.

Heidi:  Definitely DEFINITELY take the time and effort to talk to a business/tax professional, especially one who specifically works with artists or small businesses.  This is something that will pay off in SPADES, and can prevent so much headache later down the road.

I would suggest registering as a small business/individual proprietor at some point relatively early in your career.  Mostly this involves things like a federal tax id (EIN) number, which you can give to anyone you work freelance for instead of a social security number. 


>See these and more LGBTQ+ buttons at the shop!<

If you’re looking to support queer-owned businesses with your holiday shopping this year, check out my shop! I make mostly LGBTQ+ themed buttons to help fund my transition, many of which are customizable. I have a whole section of custom name and pronoun buttons

I’ve got a few holiday specials going, plus all the usual sets of buttons are available as well. The Dinosaur Themed Trans Buttons and Cosmic Pride Buttons are some of the most popular designs along with both pronoun button styles. New to the shop are punk Feminist buttons

As a cyber Monday/small business Saturday type sale, you can use the code “SHOPQUEER” for 10% off orders of $10 or more until this Tuesday. If you’re looking to get presents for a lot of friends at once, contact me; I offer pretty big discounts for bulk orders of pre-made and custom buttons!

Thanks so much for all your support!

Black Friday 2016

Hey Tumblr, I’ve got a coupon code for you!

Starting tonight, November 24th, 2016 at 11:59 PM (EST/GMT -5) use code BLACKFRIDAY2016 for 20% off any listing in the shop! This includes made to order and in stock items, but excludes anything requiring a custom listing. Any questions can be sent via tumblr or etsy!

The code is good through Monday the 28th! Every small item comes with a free gift box, so now’s a good time to get something you might need next month!

Go shopping!

Have a good weekend, everyone, and stay safe out there!


Hey all, I’m doing a Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday sale in my Etsy shop for the whole four-day weekend! FREE shipping on all orders, including custom orders, and I make Animal Crossing hats (as well as Pokemon and other cartoons and anime)!

The free shipping applies to all custom order requests, as long as the request is made before Tuesday.