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Still without any staff reply?

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  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
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I remember back in the day we had an unofficial competition for the best christmas avatar… hmmm, give me 24 hours and I’ll see what I can whip up :)

Did You say 24 hours or days? :P

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  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
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I personally don’t care because the legal structure of my business is “small business owner”. That means in my country: If my income is lower than xxx I pay no VAT. And I’m far away from that limit… I’m just a very small fish compared to all the elite authors here. It’s more like earning some extra money during free time.

You don’t need to care about VAT, but You should care about the Income Tax. There is a difference if You are a direct seller or not.

For example on item selling for 10$ here on Envato sites, as a direct seller You need to Invoice the whole sum (10$) as your income and then make a second invoice with 3$ expense (if You are on 70% commision rate), but if we are not direct sellers, we need to invoice only the income that comes to our accounts, which is 7$ in this case.

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  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Has sold $75,000+ on Envato Market and is now an Elite Author
  • Made it to the Authors' Hall of Fame
  • Contributed a tutorial on Tuts+
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Removing the flag of the European Union is discrimination. This is not just a technical issue, it is a human rights issue. I hope that the flag be returned as soon as possible!

I don’t think so. EU isn’t a Country, so why don’t You use your Country Flag instead of EU?

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  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
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  • Made it to the Authors' Hall of Fame
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Never happend to me, but may be the CS5 is trying to tell You “Hey c’mon, upgrade me, did You know I have younger brothers? CS6, CC and CC2014?

:D

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I think that now is erything ok

Not for me…

@ejoubaud thx for clarification

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12 for me also :o

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May be a little off topic, but if I’m the seller from the beggining (2011 for me) I assume, that I’m wrongly paying income taxes. Let me explain, how am I doing it.

For example:

I made 1000$ in sales and Envato has sended me 700$ on my Paypal. Because of the fact, that I always thought this is the commision, I use 700$ as my income from Envato.

BUT! If I’m in reallity the seller from my beginning in 2011, shouldn’t I write 1000$ as income and 300$ as expense? It may seem the same, that final income is 700$ again, but it is a huge difference for me as I can’t use expenses when paying income taxes, because of different tax model.

Any confirmation on this?

Thank You
Yes, that is one of the problems that arise with the big question: Who is the seller and how can you prove that

Hmm, ok so now I need to read again TOS from 2011 when I was signing up, anyone has the link for the older Envato TOS please?

1097 posts
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Has sold $75,000+ on Envato Market and is now an Elite Author
  • Made it to the Authors' Hall of Fame
  • Contributed a tutorial on Tuts+
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survivor
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May be a little off topic, but if I’m the seller from the beggining (2011 for me) I assume, that I’m wrongly paying income taxes. Let me explain, how am I doing it.

For example:

I made 1000$ in sales and Envato has sended me 700$ on my Paypal. Because of the fact, that I always thought this is the commision, I use 700$ as my income from Envato.

BUT! If I’m in reallity the seller from my beginning in 2011, shouldn’t I write 1000$ as income and 300$ as expense? It may seem the same, that final income is 700$ again, but it is a huge difference for me as I can’t use expenses when paying income taxes, because of different tax model.

Any confirmation on this?

Thank You

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  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
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  • Made it to the Authors' Hall of Fame
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says, that this part of his 20 years old advertisement is really nice and must stay as it is. (it’s my recent project for driving school) :D

Edit: and it is used 3 times on the same advertisement

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