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ThemeFusion says

Hey Guys,

The Revolution Slider that contained a security issue was back in February of 2014, and was fixed immediately at the end of that month. Anyone on Avada v3.4 or higher is in the clear.

We’ve posted about this on our forum in comments and on our support site.

The Revolution Slider plugin, as well as any other plugin is located in the Avada > framework > plugins” folder.

If you have further questions or need assistance, please post on our own support forum where we handle theme support.

Click Here To Create A Forum Account & Get Free Support

Thank you!

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ThemeFusion says

Thanks for the purchase and welcome To Avada :)

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ThemeFusion says

Ahh, then I’m not sure. I was just trying to find relevant info. :)

- MuhmmS

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ThemeFusion says

This is actually new and enforced from a few months ago which you can check from Wikipedia.

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ThemeFusion says


Envato’s apparent reason behind this is new policy is because.. My question is, why is author’s tax now a concern for Envato after all these years? Seems like Envato is not being 100% transparent about this, and they should be – because it’s authors incomes at stake here….

They are probably:

  • a) Getting investment (from US investors etc…).
  • b) Want to reduce their tax liability in AU.
  • c) Are being sold to a US company.
  • d) Will be setting up a satellite office in the US.
  • e) All of the above.
  • f) None of the above.

None of the above, I hope so.

This MIGHT be due to a new law http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_Account_Tax_Compliance_Act which AU govt is enforcing through their taxation office: https://www.ato.gov.au/General/New-legislation/In-detail/Other-topics/International/Foreign-Account-Tax-Compliance-Act/

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ThemeFusion says

As far as I know, there’s nothing Envato can do about IRS tax reporting: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_Account_Tax_Compliance_Act

- Muhammad

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ThemeFusion says

Ah yes, that is correct. So much going on rigt now my mind was drawing a blank.

Thanks for the answer! We’ll pick out the ones we want and consult with each author beforehand.

Thanks!

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ThemeFusion says

Hey Everyone!

If we purchase an extended license of an image, are we allowed to include that image inside of our theme package?

For example, we will be building multiple examples of theme setups, each with some unique imagery to go along with it (travel, food, etc).

If we buy the extended license for these images, will our users be allowed to import them along with our theme data?

Thanks!

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ThemeFusion says

Here’s a question: if this author fee is something we’re paying to Envato, are we going to get a receipt every month? It’s kind of difficult to write something off if you don’t have a receipt for it.

If this is something we’re paying Envato for and have to include it in our tax reports, then not only should we get a receipt but we should also be getting the money into our accounts, then issuing payment to them. That is how it should work in theory, not them holding the money for us and giving us a portion.

We’re still baffled on this one area of discussion.

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ThemeFusion says

I’ve accepted the fact that I’m going to probably have to claim 82.5% of total sales from my personal CodingJack account. Because claiming “12.5%” as a mysterious “business expense” is only going trigger the risk of an audit.

To be honest, we should not be accepting this. It makes no sense, we never see that money in our TF account or any other account. This cannot be the correct way to do that, and will only cause major issues with US authors.

We need further clarification on this.

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