The Seller Ledger Blog

Tackling challenges in bookkeeping for eCommerce sellers

  • Import Bank and Credit Card transactions via CSV

    To help reduce data entry for poorly support banks and credit cards, Seller Ledger has now added the ability to import transaction history via CSV formatted files. This will come in handy in a couple of scenarios Poorly support banks While we do have great coverage of most banks and credit cards through our banking…

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  • Import Mercari sales history into Seller Ledger

    We are pleased to announce that Mercari sellers can now import their sales history into Seller Ledger. Like Poshmark, Mercari does not provide a public API, so we can’t automatically grab your transaction history like we can with Amazon, eBay and Etsy. But, just as we do with Poshmark, we allow you to upload the…

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  • Navigating 1099-Ks for small sellers

    As of the writing of this article, it appears likely that the lowered 1099-K threshold of $600 in gross payment amount will go into effect for tax year 2023. This is causing much anxiety among small sellers, and with good reason. To help illustrate how much confusion and complexity is about to be created for…

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