Hi all, I'm an ebay seller, and I just got an email from ebay with the heading "Important: "Netflix Tax" effective 1st July 2017" it goes on to say you can find more information 'here' but their 'here' link in the email is broken, it just goes to the ebay home page. Anyway, I've read a few forum entries but none that explain it from the basics up. Most are people who already understand its basics discussing implications. I do not pay GST, because I only turnover 70k per year. I manage my sales to ensure I do not go over 75k per year, so I can remain GST free. (one day I will sign up but not for a few years) I already sell my items at the top of their price range, so there is no way I can pass another 10% on to the customer. Paying GST would actually mean 50% less profit for me. I only make 20% profit on my business currently. 20% of 70K is $14K Profit. If I have to pay 10% GST on my 70K revenue, I am down to 7K profit. Which is just utter crap. So the reason the 75k GST threshold exists, is to protect tiny businesses like mine. Can someone please explain to me how the Netflix tax will effect me, and any ways you know of that I can be protected? Thanks all!