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Frequently Asked Questions About Flea Markets

1 - Do I have to display my license at a flea market?

Yes. Maryland law requires that vendors display their licenses at any location where sales are made. This will save you valuable selling time because representatives of the Comptroller's Office do not have to ask for your registration number.

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Flea Markets FAQs
  q1 - Do I have to display my license at a flea market?
  q2 - Why do I have to collect the tax on used goods if they were probably taxed when new?
  q3 - Do nonprofit organizations have to collect tax?
  q4 - Are sales to other dealers exempt?
  q5 - Can I make sales on a "tax-included" basis?
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