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themac says

think you’re right, I’ve added the don’t forget to rate part too, because of some author’s wishes

and I’ve updated it, because it’s still used.

or do you think I should remove it completely?

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themac says

@liviu_cerchez, two guys, same idea :)

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themac says

cause my brain and my eyes were starting to burn I’ve used a addon for Firefox (user style manager) to get a bit easing for my senses – just added body {background-color:#ddd; }

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does anybdy know a more comfortable or websitebased addon for firefox or chrome?

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themac says

Hi there,

I know, the new light version of the marketplace is, let’s say kind of ugly

But I’ve updated the a2gn graphics to fit into the new environment

before:
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now:
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AND the generated graphics will be cached, so if there any API troubles, the image won’t be touched and will be still avail
the images will be generated on first call or item udate

best wishes
mac

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themac says


As I know I’d (as a seller) need all Company information additional to the VAT# for reverse charge when accounting an correct invoice.
Additional I (as an seller) has to validate this information everytime when accounting any invoice – if number is correct and data is correspondening with given information it might be okay to consider reverse charge – i.e. can be checked on http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/vies/
Ignore Envato, they are the seller (they won’t give you buyer information) so you don’t need to worry about VAT unless you’re buying

just added some lines to my previous post to give more information what I meant with I (me) as a seller

any vat# can be found on any imprint/legal note sites of any European Websites

if Envato is the seller

they have to collect all the information and verify them, not only the VAT# -

* are buyers need to give their complete information?
* will Envato verify the given information periodically?
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themac says

As I know I’d (as a seller) need all Company information additional to the VAT# for reverse charge when accounting an correct invoice.
Additional I (as an seller) has to validate this information everytime when accounting any invoice – if number is correct and data is correspondening with given information it might be okay to consider reverse charge – i.e. can be checked on http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/vies/

any vat# can be found on any imprint/legal note sites of any European Websites

if Envato is the seller

they have to collect all the information and verify them, not only the VAT# -

  • are buyers need to give their complete information?
  • will Envato verify the given information periodically?
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themac says

This year’s contribution:

before


and today

rgds

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themac says

Did you write an invoice to Envato? Sure you didn’t so did you sold something or is it a loan?
as for me I’m invoicing Amazon, Google and Envato … respectively with appropriate tax/vat notes and total sum calculations for my accounting – I never send them to them but that’s not that determining
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themac says
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themac says


My question: if i own a company who don’t pay VAT, inside of country or outside, doesn’t matter (some UE countries allow that business organization), why Envato will charge VAT? I mean who can check if each market authors business are eligible for VAT or not?

What should happen by law is that Envato will bill everyone in the EU for VAT but if a buyer has a VAT number then they can add to the checkout process and it will reduce their bill by the VAT.

Now how Envato does this is anyones guess, I am guessing it will tie in with their checkout system they have been talking about

but this will only work if Envato is the seller, not the author – because as already mentioned the VAT can be part of the total sum of an invoice or not – depending on both, seller and buyer

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