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colbalt91
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4/17/2019

colbalt91
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A friend said he saw a Goodwill Booth set up at a Dallas Convention. So now vendors have to deal with an entity that gets all their books for free and can take a huge write-off tax wise.
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quinnspuddinjoker
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4/18/2019

quinnspuddinjoker
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I see no problem with that.
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Taskmaster
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5/4/2019

Taskmaster
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colbalt91 wrote:
A friend said he saw a Goodwill Booth set up at a Dallas Convention. So now vendors have to deal with an entity that gets all their books for free and can take a huge write-off tax wise.


That sucks!
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Guest

5/4/2019

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Goodwill does many things to help those that are in need of help and I’m sure most of those that give to Goodwill do not care that what they do with what they gave as long as it helps others in the end. Does It really matter in the long run of helping others that they sell books they get for free from people that didn’t want them anymore? Explain to me this write-off tax wise they used at a comic convention? No difference from selling in their store or a convention. This is like whining about all the churches that never pay property taxes...it’s just the way it is.
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