and additional: the sellers (envato or authors) have to validate buyers VAT# and given buyers company information against (be)for(e) each time an invoice will be accounted to the buyer
KrownThemes saidwhich VAT? if our only contract partner was Envato, there was no need to account VAT? but if we were the direct sellers we couldn’t account VAT because we didn’t know who our buyers were (EU non-EU, VAT registered? VAT#, ....)
-if you had to pay VAT until 2015 you had to pay VAT and you should have payed it.. It was always like this – if your country requires you to pay VAT, you should have payed VAT for $XXXX you earned (i’m talking about the % commission). From now on Envato will pay VAT, but until now every authors should have payed VAT (if applicable of course – in our country you only have to pay it if you reach a certain amount of earnings and if you are selling to EU – at least this was how it was until now).
revaxarts saidor you decide voluntarily for VAT even if you’re below the limits
Cocomero saidYes, I have a registered company and have to pay VAT (UsT)
Have you got a registered company? Are you registered to VAT?
If you are registered to VAT then what is the limit of income which you can achieve without need to pay any VAT (in Poland $50 000)It’s € 30.000 per year (~ $ 37.400)
btw. I’m from Austria too
but you’re not even permitted to sell your items elsewhere.the same items – other items can be sold anywhere else
it’s like exclusive item on Envato not exclusive Envato author
everybody knows how it’s in reality, but Envato lives in its own
petrenj saidright, but the badges weren’t hurting my eyes and brought me starting headache
themac saidAnd also, not so many guys here cannot remember how old badges was looking.And it was pretty much loud yelling about how old badges were great and new ones sucks.For 2 months noone will remember how gray background was
the (badge)-history shows that there won’t be a way back :/