@Christian: Thank you! I believe it will work.
I’m not receiving messages (from profile) or staff emails (approved, rejected, Withdrawal was Received etc.) more then year. I’ve contacted support more times but without any real fix.
Can you check it?
Docela by me zajímalo, jak všichni hodláte nyní rešit fakturace, prototože já v tom mám desnej guláš a už jen ta predstava, že mám mesícne tisknout a trídit 300 doklad? od všech, kdo si neco koupí je pro me nocní murou :/
Treba este pockat na oficialne spravy ohladne DPH, teda ako to budú evidovat a platit a ci budú autorom davat nejake doklady o zaplateni. Potom odporúcam dat si sprait ofiko danovu analyzu (z razitkom).
Ale mam pocit, ze vysledok analyzy bude v zmysle, ze dany stav (Envato ako predajca v otazkach DPH, autor ako predajca v prípade dane z príjmu) je jednoducho nezmysel. A to nehovorim o obrovskej administrativnej praci spojenej s touto novou “platformou”
Ale nebudem strasit dopredu
Envato charging us with Author’s fee (which will be invoiced at the end of every month) is receiving service from Australia and it forces me to register for VAT.
Just more and more headache thanks to this platform nonsense…
No, registration is not required, but you need to pay VAT for these services.
Apologies if this has been asked or brought up already, but these invoices appear to be un-usable unless they are in an authors currency right? All the invoices in the images say USD, can I assume it will always be in USD?
The problem with that is if my invoices are in USD the actual money I received monthly in AUD is just never going to balance.
On top of that, even if the invoices are in AUD, the currency price changes daily, so the money I receive on the 15th, won’t add up to the total invoiced amount for the month prior.
Maybe I’m missing something simple, but I feel like I’m going crazy. Does no body else see this? I use fresh books for my account keeping and they don’t allow for cross currency keeping mainly because its a nightmare.Im going to continue invoicing Envato once a month after I receive the money in my account. Thats the ONLY way to maintain a balanced book keeping system if you’re not living the US.
You can invoice in other currency, but on invoice needs to be exchange rate (rate of your central bank, reserve bank or other monetary authority).
I’m not sure what’s worse at this point between the people freaking out or the people saying there’s nothing to worry about.
I don’t understand how someone could honestly say that ThemePunch’s situation is just some normal occurance that shouldn’t even concern anyone until the hammer drops. Any time the government gets involved, especially when it comes to a situation so up in the air as this one, I think people are well within their right mind to be extremely concerned, especially when the potential penalties are so steep (especially in ThemePunch’s case). Dealing with the gov’t is hard enough when you have all of your ducks in a row, much less dealing with them with such an up in the air situation as we’re all looking at with Envato.
A lot of folks, myself included, do this full time as our only source of income, so we have a lot riding on the success of this marketplace. Even if the authors are in the clear and the burden falls on Envato, that’s not necessarily a reason to breathe easy since Envato could get hit hard, which would in turn affect us negatively as well.I don’t advocate freaking out, but I certainly don’t advocate acting like we have nothing to worry about here. There is plenty at stake, and while Envato handling the VAT from here on out is a major win for the authors, there are still some pretty serious outstanding issues that, as I said before, are only made worse by Envato failing to address them.
+1 very well written