That’s what you get when new functions are added to the themeforest marketplace without discussing these functions or ask for feedback from Authors and Buyers.
And as freshface stated, make sure you always have a help/doc section inside your framework.
Position is taken, thanks everybody for sending all your emails.
Sadly the developer side of wptitans.com has other important things on his mind right now so we’re desperately in need of a good and trustworthy developer who’s willing to jump in for a partnership with wptitans.com
Want to know more then shoot me a message through heinmaas [at] mac [dot] com
dekurvajo saidI’m not joking, just give me an example of which other interesting &relevant information (besides estimated income) you can see there and you cannot already see in the marketplace.
greenline saidAre you joking, dont you?
Actually, besides seeing the rough estimation of everyone’s income, I don’t see the added value of this. There is no extra information that you cannot already see in each marketplace.
This is worrying because the estimated monthly earning are WAY off. They are not correct by a long shot. The numbers are way to high.
congrats mate very good work . Off topic any chance the person behind your account is Steve, I remembered making some of my first codecanyon changes for him for a real estate thingy when I was 5thSenselabs . Keep up the good work.
Are you sure it work like that for every country? Maybe it’s different in Canada?
Be well informed, my accountant couldn’t tell me this either so i had to hire one of there tax consultant which has this over seas expertise. Not all accountants are aware of the these tax laws when you hire freelancers from another country.
It’s rather simple because when you work on a design/website for a client from Norway then YOU don;t have to pay the Norwegian government taxes. You only have to pay income taxes at the end of the year. No VAT and no foreign taxes. You only have to pay taxes to the country you work and live in.
Well, i work with an indian partner. And we split our profits. I wire him the money, hey sends me an invoice.
Then i pay my taxes in the Netherlands and hey pays his taxes in India. I don’t have to pay any taxes for him and the money i send to him is deductible from my year bookings.
That’s all, don’t think to complicated. You don’t have to pay anything for VAT. You only pay your income tax and the India guy does the same at his end.
Hey does not get anything back since you hire him as a freelance developer. You however can deduct the money you pay him. But that’s maybe different in each country, I’m referring to the dutch taxes.