this seems interesting, and directly related to how envato marketplace works: (it should answer the question “who is the seller”, and the answer should be “envato”)
Thank you for your e-mail to the VAT 2015 mailbox regarding the impact on Digital Goods Store Ltd.
Internet portals, gateways and marketplaces are presumed to be making the supply to the consumer unless the supplier is explicitly indicated as such in both the contractual arrangements and in any documentation issued to the customer.
However the portal cannot explicitly indicate the supplier as such if:
1. It authorises the charge to the customer – this includes the portal deciding that the customer’s account, credit or debit card or other means of payment can be charged as payment for the service
2. It authorises the delivery of the service - this includes sending approval to the supplier to commence delivery, delivering the product itself or instructing a third party to deliver
3. It sets the general terms and conditions of the sale with which the customer has to agree before the sale can take place, which includes the terms and conditions set by the portal for use of its site by the customer.
If any one of these conditions apply you are treated as making the supply to the customer.
Therefore, from the description you have provided, it sounds as if these provisions apply as you initiate the payment flow and the delivery to the customer.
Desmond Farndell CTA Senior Policy Adviser VAT Supply Team/ Indirect Tax Directorate/HMRC/100 Parliament St/London/SW1A 2BQ
I’ll write you soon for some additional info… Grazie!
For now I could declare the earnings just by filling a field in the module
But if you are a direct seller there should be all the stuff regarding handling your own moss , collecting invoices and so on. How can a hobbyist seller here handle all of this for maybe 50$/ month earning?
What about small independent hobbyists sellers like me who doesn’t have vat and doesn’t want to register one? I just can’t handle all burocratic stuff to be an independent settlers, for something like 50$/month…
What should we do? Just leave Envato??
I would like to share with you this release:
Bridges: A Musical Journey
Bridges: a Musical Journey, is a collaborative project with 35 musicians from 5 continents including countries as Chile, Australia, USA, Nepal, UK, Austria, Finland, Russia, Mexico, Turkey, Colombia, Singapore, France, Brazil, Italy, Greece, Spain, Iran, Israel, Ethiopia, and Uruguay.
Two musicians in opposite sides of the world have recorded the first demo for Bridges. Igor Ledermann in Australia and Nicolás Soto in Colombia. They worked together in an idea for a first track in the CD. Later, musicians from France, Singapore and Mexico added some extra tracks to do this first demo.
The idea was to record the rest of the instruments with real musicians, and rely as less possible in virtual instruments (instruments recorded with a computer rather than an actual human being). I think that the final product is really amazing!
There a lot of different influences and really great sounds with every kind of acoustic instrument. This list is not comprehensive but you will find players of flute, panflute, violin guitar, Saxophone, Whistle, charango, percussions, guitars, bass, bawu, acccordion, sabar, dun dun, pandeiro, cajón peruano, darbuka, Shakers, Tabla, Bouzouki, Clarinet, bandurria, Piano, Quena traversa, saz, Kanjira, Hand pan, Ney, Setar, Duduk, clarinet, Harp, home made cello-guitar, Kantele, Kalimba, Low D Whistle, dizi, cura, oud.
I partecipated myself in this recording (...this is shy i’m posting it here!) with a turkish saz a flute and my home made cell-guitar.
I hope you enjoy the listening and you will support the project!
The album can be downloaded at:
All the informations can be found at:
please share this release in your networks! If you know someone who is willing to write a review in some blog or website please contact Igor directly!
Ma un dipendente senza partita iva cosa dovrebbe fare? In che voce vanno messi gli introiti?