Swap Meets and Yard Sales
(01/01/18 - 12/31/18)
Income derived from the sale of goods, including personal property and items purchased for the purpose of resale, is countable and is considered self-employment when it meets the self-employment definition.
This includes, but is not limited to the following types of sales:
When the sales are done on a recurring basis (i.e. monthly, quarterly, annually), see Budgeting Self-employment Income and Prorating Income.
When the sale of goods is unpredictable, income is countable as actual income in the month received.
When the self-employment definition is not met, consider another type of earned income.
When expenses are incurred, see Allowable Business Expenses.
Key SA in the INCOME TYPE field on SEEI.