The Seller Ledger Blog

Tackling challenges in bookkeeping for eCommerce sellers

  • 1099-K threshold change delayed

    Small online sellers who generate more than $600 a year in receipts get to breathe a sigh of relief…for one more year. On December 22, 2022, the IRS delayed the implementation of the $600 threshold for payment platforms to provide 1099-Ks for online sellers. Instead of receiving 1099-Ks in early 2023 for the 2022 tax…

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  • 1099-Ks for Small Sellers

    Last year, the IRS made a major change that will send a LOT more 1099-Ks to small online sellers. Prior to this change, only sellers who had at least $20,000 in gross receipts across more than 200 transactions in a year would received a 1099-K. Some states have already lowered the threshold. As part of…

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  • New Bookkeeping Website for Online Sellers

    We’re Seller Ledger and we’re here to automate bookkeeping for online sellers. Why a new bookkeeping website? Hi, this is Kevin. I was the founding CEO of, a bookkeeping website for online sellers that eventually became GoDaddy Bookkeeping. As many of you are painfully aware, GoDaddy Bookkeeping was shut down mid-year in 2022. We…

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