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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote a blistering dissent opposing the conservative majority's decision to let small, for-profit companies refuse to pay for health insurance that covers birth control.
In a dissent that was partly joined by the court's three other liberal justices, Ginsburg warned the court's decision to strike down the contraception coverage requirement under President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act is "bound to have untoward effects." Ginsburg took particular issue with the conservative justices' decision that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) could apply to for-profit companies.
"We've been a niche hobby for so long, and the last five years we're getting a little bit of major market attention," Bob Brynildson of Source Comics and Games in Roseville, Minnesota said.
"It's the difference between ten sales and a thousand sales on a big seller." Sales of hobby games in mass merchants and specialty retail chains also grew dramatically last year.
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The nine factors the IRS has used to determine whether a taxpayer is truly conducting a business: the manner in which the taxpayer carries on the activity (maintaining complete and accurate records); expertise of the taxpayer or his advisors; time and effort expended; expectation of asset appreciation; success in conducting similar or dissimilar activities; history of income and loss; amount of occasional profit; financial status; and, elements of personal pleasure or recreation.
Webb said those last two factors have proven difficult when rich horse owners try to make the case that their horse operation is a business. They want you to work and pay taxes, especially if you're wealthy." Webb said the appeals court decision may soften the final factor.