Vinted sales

Daws1985 Posts: 2
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I'm really confused by the new rules around selling second hand clothes online. So I sell a lot of my kids clothes online via vinted when they have out grown them. I don't go anywhere near the £1000 threshold but have also seen things about limits of 30 sales. Does this mean if I do 30 sales but am well below the £1000 I will need to do a self assessment?? 


  • DE_612183
    DE_612183 Posts: 1,578
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    I don't think HMRC care about the number of items - it's just the value - so as long as it's under £1k I think you are fine - HMRC website should confirmthis...
  • soolin
    soolin Posts: 71,829
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    You really do need to read some of the posts on this and other threads.

    Nothing has changed at all except that sales are now automatically being reported. There is no liability to tax on private sales.

    I'll close this thread as the OP duplicates one on another thread. 
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