Posts by themelovin

48 posts Themelovin
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Hi abstract-labs, aderito, grazie! ;)

48 posts Themelovin
  • Located in Italy
  • Had an item that was trending
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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In merito al nuovo sistema contabile/fiscale introdotto da Envato, come vi comportate? Sarebbe utile ed interessante un confronto tra di noi! :nerdy:

48 posts Themelovin
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  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
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Hi guys,

we’ve the same issue; on our server all works great, but the review team send us some screen with php notices and a break layout :(

Someone has some advice?

Thanks

Themelovin

48 posts Themelovin
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  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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Hi guys,

our theme has got a soft reject, so we’re checking it. The reviewers told us to check for some php notices (http://envato.d.pr/18ttL/kDaZ0DLz) we turn the wp_debug to true, but however we don’t see these error in any way.

Is there a way to display all notices?

Thanks a lot

Themelovin

48 posts Themelovin
  • Located in Italy
  • Had an item that was trending
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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Hi,

thanks a lot, we’re using the pkgd version.

Thanks

Themelovin

48 posts Themelovin
  • Located in Italy
  • Had an item that was trending
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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Hi, we’re fixing some issue after a soft reject, but we’ve a doubt. The revisor told us:

All JavaScript should be written with “use strict” mode on. For example, you can do this with jQuery as follows:

(function($) { “use strict”; // Author code here })(jQuery);

Well, but, when we use these lines of code with imagesloaded ( https://github.com/desandro/imagesloaded ) always we get various “Uncaught TypeError: undefined is not a function”.

Please, someone has any solution?

Thanks, Themelovin

48 posts Themelovin
  • Located in Italy
  • Had an item that was trending
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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themelovin
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Arriving late to this conversation (basically i was waiting until you all went crazy trying to clarify the things :) ). In order to add a simple point of view on this fuss:

I’ve been paying taxes since my begining on Envato, and as far as i can understand, the new system (this doesn’t mean i’m agree with it) hasn’t changed anything really important, from accounting matters:

  • I get money from Envato (a reseller or a platform, i don’t care). As i don’t manage the VAT of the transaction, nor i’ve a global invoice (VAT incld.) for it, i include the full amount earned on my yearly income tax, summing all the withdrawals of the year, and converting it to euros calculating the value $>€ of the day i got each withdrawal from Envato.
  • Never had a problem with this procedure, and i don’t see why i need to change it with this buyer-author-invoice thingy, as long as i don’t collect the money from the buyer directly, nor i’ve the VAT on it to declare for.
  • If an inspection comes, you can clearly prove you’ve paid the taxes (whatever on each country and personal situation) for each buck you have earned. You didn’t got any money from the ultimate buyer, so i’m afraid on last case all this international economic racket will return to Envato, the one you got the money from (clearly shown on your withdrawals).
  • Resume: i can’t make proper personal invoices (according to my own country laws) to final buyer, so i won’t declare them as valid VAT incomes. The only thing i can declare is the money paid by Envato. End of story. Or… maybe. :P

+1 Clear and concise, you could not do better!

48 posts Themelovin
  • Located in Italy
  • Had an item that was trending
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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^ You do not need to include those invoices in your accounting. You can still invoice for one sum from Envato, an Australian company so NO vat..

I hope so! @KrownThemes where are you from? Are you a team? If yes, you pay your staff directly from Envato withdrawals?

Thanks

48 posts Themelovin
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  • Had an item that was trending
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
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So again, I think it’s best to talk to your accountant and ensure you are doing the right thing for your specific situation and country.

Hi Collis, many authors have already consulted its own experts, accountants and lawyers. Unfortunately it seems that we nearly all agree that these bills are useless and illegal for us.

Could you tell us, according to your experts, accountants, lawyers, what should we do to do the right thing?

My accountant suggests to ignore your bills and send you an invoice per month together with the withdrawals. As we have done up to 31.12.2014.

Maybe it might help. Thanks.

48 posts Themelovin
  • Located in Italy
  • Had an item that was trending
  • Elite Author: Sold more than $75,000 on Envato Market
  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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Hello Collis,

For me these author2buyer invoices are useless, from what I’ve know it will be ok for me (as an author from EU) to send Envato with Envato EU VAT ID invoice on 15-th each month with note: already paid, is this ok for you guys? This is the easiest way to raport income from you, VAT 0% as you have company from EU, amount equal to withdrawal…

From an income perspective, you are generating sales revenue, and have Author and SWIFT fee expenses from Envato. Along with any other transactions during the month (referrals, reversals, purchases, etc), you will have a net earnings that you can withdraw.
So all this fuzz was for nothing :D

Sorry but I did not understand. Maybe. So in essence it remains all the same, we do a monthly invoice to Envato concurrently to the bank transfer?!

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