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finding wholesalers

(4 Posts)
zumo Wed 09-Jan-13 18:19:27

Yes as above go and see an accountant as if the tax man catches you he will start digging.
We have used Ebay to sell tools and jewelry in the past, jewels wast of time as too much competition, tools very low margins.
If you live near Manchester of many other big citys they have areas of wholesalers who sell all sorts, many wont deal with Ebayers as the inexperianced kill the job my having too small a margin.
Have you considered buying at Carboot sales and Ebaying it?>

TeamSledward Sun 30-Dec-12 22:04:02

I know this isn't about wholesalers, but have you registered your business with HMRC? They are really cracking down on undeclared income from home businesses.

daisydee43 Sun 30-Dec-12 22:01:33

Aliexpress are good for small businesses, never had a problem with this wholesaler

steppyhen Sun 30-Dec-12 21:56:49

hi mums netters looking for advice dh and i are looking at selling wholesale on ebay and at markets ie clothes and beuty products, gift sets etc.

we have been doing this for a few months with our own clothes and unwanted gifts etc and have been making around £200 plus a month. Thing is now we have run out of things to sell and seem to be getting no where searching online! can anyone help ? are we wasting our time ? our ebay account and paypal have been set up as business accounts etc.

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