2 item in the queue. Lets see this sept.
@ZoomIt if that September was a bad month, I only have terrible months
Just found this item at stockfootages its a countdown video which is using videocopilot shockwave.
Where do I report it?
relink assest like “background.png, placeholder.png, envatologo.png” those files which included within the ZIP file. Relocate them in after effects.
Oh wait here it is: http://europa.eu/youreurope/business/vat-customs/cross-border/index_en.htm I do think this is for regular goods. I mean there are extra regulations for when you sell digital goods online. So once again please ask your accountant.
Thanks for this link! Will show this to an accountant and will speak about that. thank you!
It’s not all that bad in the end. It might seem really complicated and confusing at first, but once you find out the tax regulations for your country it is pretty do-able. It heavily depends on where you live though. Please seek advise with a good local accountant.
For most European countries, there is a VAT of 0% on Envato items since they are based in Australia. But once again, just contact a local tax guy to be sure of this:)In my country I only pay a certain percentage of income tax(up to 52% ) over my Envato earnings but absolutely zero VAT. I only have to download the .csv file of all my monthly earnings through the earnings page and send them all to my accountant at the end of the year and he will do the rest.
Why 0% vat on these envato files? I live in EU also. Where can I get more info about it? I would like to know. What do I have to tell to my accountant to look around if its 0% for me?