quote:The letter clearly and directly confirms the information that all Envato Pty Ltd authors are considered service providers and should be responsible for any tax issues that may occur (according to TOS).
Problem with the Dutch system is all the extra rulings, all the different treaty's, all the different exceptions, and the many ways of all the different things you can deduct in a different way. Given that he's a freelance IT specialist, i'd estimate his income easily over ¤100.000,- meaning that the most efficient way of doing your taxes can easily save thousands. If he has all the papers nicely ordered than it's just a couple of hours for a financial specialist which would only cost him a couple of hundreds. And it would save him reading up on all the Dutch rulings, and numerous phone calls with Heerlen where most of the people on the phone really have no clue what they are doing (my own experience)quote:Op donderdag 14 april 2016 14:19 schreef D.D.W. het volgende:
I think you can look up all the information you need on these websites:
Instead of trusting a company who has different interests than you have i'd rather put my trust in a bookkeeper who works for you.quote:Op vrijdag 15 april 2016 15:45 schreef KlaasNed het volgende:
I am currently in Netherlands, but I come from Norway. Sorry for my English actually, I am studying Dutch, but only as a beginner.
I have been doing my projects from Netherlands and submitting them to Envato (HQ in Australia).
Thank you for your replies. I'll check with Envato. I just thought someone had the same problem.