Woohoo!! Well deserved Tom!!
Oh man such a good laugh, too funny!!
Mi-ar fi placut sa ajung si eu in Bran, insa nu cred ca voi putea. Sper sa va distrati!!
Following/Liking/+1’ing since like always, also subscribed to Envato’s Youtube channel
Not necessarily in this order:
The Imitation game
Guardians of the galaxy
Edge of Tomorrow
Horrible Bosses 2 (best comedy of the year for me, laughed so hard)
Also the best movie quote of the 2014: They hate us cuz they anus!!
Haven’t seen yet but added to my watchlist: Grand Budapest Hotel & Birdman
PS: American Sniper i heard it’s a bit propagand-ish and although is based on a true story it’s not quite precise.
No words can describe this achievement. This proves impossible dreams can be accomplished. Congratulations guys, well done!!
Prepare to really start lovin’ ThemeForest
^ Read the first post by Collis and you should understand. There’s no conspiracy.
@Cocomero I see you’re really active and understand your concerns completely. Wouldn’t be better to drop an email on email@example.com or chat with Collis and you should be clarified. Sorry but after reading your posts i get more confused while the first post by Collis seemed to clarify things.
In my opinion you’re asking / getting informed in the wrong place. Stick with what your accountant/tax advisor says and comply to the laws in your country. The invoices and any change is quite irrelevant if it contradicts with what your business accountant/lawyer recommends you.
So you’re saying that the “Envato way” – author gets money from buyer and than deducts the author’s fee costs is irrelevant? Or does it differ from country to country?If I could just do it the “old way” – on withdrawal I create one invoice for Envato for the withdrawal sum (sales-costs) – it would make it all work…
There is neither and “old” or “new” way. There’s just what the law in your country says. Make sure you comply with the laws in your country by having a talk with your tax advisor / accountant / lawyer. We’re not prepared to make personal decisions so it’s best to follow your accountant.
If you have a closer look at Envato statements and info provided so far, they intentionally avoided to make public info for specific cases and chosen private channels. Envato just changed their business model, they’re not an accountancy company nor tax advisors, so this is not the place where anyone should seek guidance in their financial concerns.