How Do I Do Sales Tax With My New Small T-Shirt Screen-Printing Business?
I Am Starting A Small T-Shirt Screen-Printing Business. I'M Going To Buy Shirts In Bulk From A Wholesaler, Screen-Print My Art On To Them, And Then Sell Them Locally And Online Through My Website. I Have No Idea How To 'Do' Whatever Taxes Are Going To Be Necessary For This. My Business Is Really Starting Out As Just A Hobby; I'Ll Be Printing The Shirts Here At Home With Simple (But Professional) Equipment. I Live In Washington State. My Site: Http://Www.Lrn2shirts.Com

Overall, you need to add in the sales tax on top of the price you are charging, so that when you file your state taxes, you can pay the state what is owed. Otherwise, you'll have to pay out of pocket.

For example, if Sales taxes are 5% and your widget is priced at $100, you need to charge the customer $105.00. Because when you file your taxes, you'll have to declare how much money you earned for the quarter or year. At which time, Da Man, will send you a bill for their cut.

How Much Should I Sale My T-Shirts And Tank Tops For?
I Am Starting A Clothing Line And Want To Know How Much To Sell My Tank Tops And T-Shirts For? The Total Cost To Make Is 12$ Each. They Are Good Material With &Quot;Direct To Garment&Quot; Print. I Want To Know How Much I Should Sell Them For? And Also Another Way To Get The Total Cost Down.

First you have to try to get current market rates for your products (after printing). You can look for other marketers prices on which they are selling their products.

Say competitors selling their products on market price of $18, then you can offer yours on $20 because. This is because you didn't have enough volume to sell as compared to established marketers. So selling your products & getting some benefit from it, you have to set your prices ahead of them.

But selling on higher price should not be the fact to standout from the mob, you have to offer something extra in your products like gift hamper, discount etc.