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  1. 1. How Green Is Your Sell Downloads With Wordpress You will almost always lose on this one, thus, the name sucker bet. However you can always train yourself by fighting more and more and gain experience and trade to gain benefits. In the near future it is likely that in the top tier, big budget MMORPG titles will increasingly adopt the freemium hybrid business model. Since the creation of World of Warcraft in 2004, Blizzard has enjoyed a great deal of success among gamers worldwide. Here are 10 such services that you may just want to take a closer look at. With these services, you're in complete control of the pricing of your products and the branding on the site, not to mention the fact that these services won't take a 70% cut of your sales. For more detail tutorial you can go to the link in Author Bio. For example SEO Books, Blogger Books, Social Media Books. Using this features you can add different E Books in a Category. Also, don't forget that you are a photographer first before anything else. As any other business it will depend on other factors such as the quality of yours stock photography work and the amount of time you devote on your website. It allows you have two tabs and it uses widgets to customize your Facebook Page. Remember that your goal is to establish yourself as a business and a good photographer able to provide high quality photography services and that includes stock photography. It is a good advertising and marketing strategy if you name both your Facebook and Twitter accounts with the same name. You can have unlimited number of fans on your Fan Page as compared to the maximum 5,000 friends you can have on your personal page. A Fan Page has more value in terms of advertising your photography business than a personal Profile Page. Name your Fan Page the same name as your photography business. Both social networks have a combined market of 500 million users. Perhaps that is why no other country I can find has made an attempt to get the citizens of other countries to collect taxes on their behalf. The very idea that a country (or union of states) can impose a tax on anybody outside their jurisdiction is patently absurd. I've asked colleagues in the USA, Thailand, Philippines, Turkey, Russia, Nigeria and Costa Rica. That sounds like more an assumption rather than a statement of fact. You say that every single country on this planet ‘will have a similar set of rules'. A resident of the EU is importing something which they have chosen to buy from me. If the EU want to tax that, then how they do that has nothing, absolutely nothing, to do with me. It's not just the EU, every single country on this planet will have a similar set of rules, albeit most of these rules are better thought out! People were less familiar with this, but it has always been there. It isn't automatically collected and distributed to the Australian government at the point of sale. I'm not familiar with the GST, but surely the same difficulties still apply. The importer is still the one having to pay the tax, although you have to play the (unwanted) role of tax collector. When goods of more than $1000 AUD value are imported the Australian Customs collect 10% of the value from the importer.
  2. 2. Australia has a VAT called the GST (Goods and Services Tax). If the EU wants to collect taxes, then they should do what other countries do - levy the tax when the item is imported, with the tax paid by the purchaser. The EU doesn't have jurisdiction outside the EU, and they are delusional if they think they do. I will not become an unpaid tax collector for a foreign power. Hi Shaun, I'm afraid that I totally disagree, and I don't think that fairness is the point. Of course, enforcing the rules will be difficult, but I'd recommend being aware of the potential consequences, just in case! Companies located outside the EU have always had to pay taxes on EU sales, but few people realised until the latest changes. If what I'm reading from other comments is correct, companies located outside the EU are expected to comply with this law and collect taxes for the EU. I have a problem with that. Already I have found products that I cannot buy because of this and I think a lot more international sellers are likely to block EU sales. Until 30th June 2015, micro businesses can rely on info from the payment provider, but after that your website must collect the data. The biggest problem is that it is the merchant who must verify the location of the customer, so you need a billing address and phone number for your records which have to be kept for 10 years! From early 2013 the threshold became 30,000 euros per country, the UK being the exception as the threshold here was 0, so any non eu companies should have been accounting for VAT since then. Prior to early 2013 there was a threshold of 100,000 euros in total eu sales. In March 2014 all the OECD countries agreed in principal to enforce each others tax laws, so presumably it won't be long before there is a space on your tax return for payments due to other countries. That is exactly the problem, but it is the merchant's responsibility to verify it. The payment processor already records that info so the customer is not being asked for anything new. Worldwide enforcement will be a problem but the 34 OECD countries have already signed an agreement to enforce each others tax laws. Purchases made by mobile phone are charged at the rate of the country where the sim is registered. Purchases made during a journey are charged at the rate at point of departure. Without doubt it was created with the big boys in mind and I'm sure it will be imposed most strictly on them! Technically it will exist for everybody, but will be used just as a negotiations tool. I think that this monster was created just to give them the tools to pin down the big corporations. As Erick said below, there has been legislation on this issue since 2003, but very few businesses (particularly smaller ones) were aware of this, and it hasn't came back to bite them. That is ridiculous and I really doubt it will really be enforced in any real way. Also, from what I read, the law says that VAT is payed to the country in which the customer was physically present at the moment of purchase. I don't see how they would come to Singapore or India and ask Mr. John for a cut of his business, when he occasionally sells some e-books, including to members of EU states. Now, they will have to record which territory each purchase was made, in the same way that EU businesses will. It's my understanding that the 2003 law required US companies to calculate EU VAT taxes, but as VAT was charged in the seller's territory, they could just register in low tax countries and pay all their VAT at that rate. You're right, it affects Business to Consumer sales only. And, as a word of warning for physical store owners, there are strong rumors that this VAT legislation may be extended to cover physical goods, too, in the not-so-distant future. There are many groups applying pressure to the EU rule makers, and with a bit of luck some of the more
  3. 3. stringent laws may be relaxed. In fact, it could be argued that the new legislation actually strengthens the position of those it was intended to stop. The changes are there to correct an issue that needs dealing with — namely, big corporations avoiding VAT tax payments — but the execution seems way off, to the point where it is the smaller businesses that hit the most. A potential solution is adding an extra location field to the checkout page, but asking a customer to jump through extra hoops is likely to hit conversion rates. Many websites will use a payment processor like PayPal, because it's the easiest one to integrate. Again, this gives a big advantage to big corporations like Amazon — if a customer buys from , I can safely assume they're purchasing from within the UK; if they buy from , they're buying from Germany, and so on. Without this, you won't know which countries you owe VAT to. The main problem is still collecting and reporting all the sensitive buyer data, something which MOSS doesn't cover. It's a (small) start, but it's nowhere near enough; as a scheme designed with smaller businesses in mind, it only helps to https://customerbusinessreviews.com/easy-digital-downloads-review/ some extent. However, it's not all good news, as MOSS requires you to keep financial records for longer (10 years), and any VAT overpayments will take longer to reclaim as it has to be done via the EU refund scheme.

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