Generally banks look for safety that their money will be paid back. If you have a realestate you could get loan against that and get pretty good rates. Something like 5% a year. If you have a car you could get your loan against that and get an average rates more like 7-9% If you don’t have any of those just the steady income – you can still get loan, but the rate would be 25% If you don’t have a steady income there are some places that give those high risk loans, but your rate could be even 150% or 200% Unless you take that loan to fund the purchase of an asset that would gives you a guaranteed return that is higher than this rate – it would be a foolish decision.
You can host your tutorial on Youtube, but then you need to create an alternative written help file that you include in main ZIP. The idea is that project can’t be sold without a proper documentation and we have no control over third party sites and services so file can’t be accepted if the only documentation is hosted on youtube or similar service.
Some authors include written help file and then host a detailed tutorial on a third-party service. That is OK, but please remember that written help file should also be comprehensive enough to understand and use the product.
Hell these days you cant even have a hobby with out paying taxes on it
None of this was about not paying taxes. Taxes needs to be paid always. The question was about the inconsistencies in reporting and haste vs benefit ratio if VAT has to be handled on author side.
I always encourage authors to contact support and ask for exception if I see a valid reason for that, but all too often I see submissions like “8sec logo sting with 2 pre-rendered mattes that absolutely can’t manage to fit within the limit”. Those are simply ignorant authors who are too lazy to try another encoding format. usually after the rejection file comes back below 200Mb.
It’s a standard procedure. You have to request your withdrawal by the last date of each month, then it is processed and the actual withdrawal happens on the 15th of next month. So if you requested your withdrawal by the end of October – you will receive the money on November 15thhttps://help.market.envato.com/hc/en-us/articles/202821420-When-will-my-withdrawal-be-processed-
anyway if we really want to be picky, as an author, important documents that concern me needs to be available from my dashboard. envato network is big and I can’t go hunting each day for rules that apply to me.
Well, in fact, they are. In the right column of your dashboard one of the panels is: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ghyfiplq7fn20ke/Screenshot%202014-08-23%2014.29.21.png?dl=0 which links to the knowledge base where all important information and rules are and when new rules like this are introduced there are forum posts and Market blog posts that announces this. I don’t think there is much more Envato could do to make this noticeable.