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Hobby or Business? Why It Matters To You And The IRS

Millions of Americans have hobbies such as hunting, shooting, raising poultry, woodworking, fishing, gardening, stamp and coin collecting, but when that hobby starts to turn a profit, it might just be considered a business by the IRS. Definition of a Hobby vs. a Business The IRS defines a hobby as an activity that is not … Continued

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Final Agenda Announced for Hunting Club Conference Sponsored by NSSF—The Firearm Industry Trade Association 
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Hunting Club Conference Spotlight: Are You Getting the Most Profit from Your Hunting Club?
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