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aron66 says

Do i need to pay taxes from my earnings? Or I dont need to do that, because I just get the 50% from each item. (sorry for bad english.x_x)

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MRMdesigns says

It was discussed a lot here in the forums. Check out this thread: http://videohive.net/forums/thread/how-do-you-pay-taxes-from-envato-earnings/16045

If you want a short answer: you do need to pay taxes. :)

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aron66 says

Thanks for fast reply!

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felt_tips Moderator says

Do i need to pay taxes from my earnings? Or I dont need to do that, because I just get the 50% from each item. (sorry for bad english.x_x)

Of course you need to pay tax on your earnings. It’s freelance income. You pay income tax on the 50% that you receive from Envato. How much tax you need to pay depends on where you live in the world. You just declare it to the tax man and he tells you what you owe him. :)

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