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I just wanted to withdraw $163.20 to Payoneer and $0.01 left on Fiverr. I have never seen anything like thet before…

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I just wanted to withdraw $163.20 to Payoneer and $0.01 left on Fiverr. I have never seen anything like thet before…

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Why would you want to withdraw $0.01? That has zero value.

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I just wanted to withdraw $163.20 to Payoneer and $0.01 left on Fiverr. I have never seen anything like thet before…

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Why would you want to withdraw $0.01? That has zero value.

Because my earning I have receive to my business account will not match with the value of the order. And if I need to show the proof to my IRS there will be 2 different numbers hard to explain. For them it does not matter if you are wrong by $100 or by $0.01 - numbers are numbers - they must be correct.

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Because my earning I have receive to my business account will not match with the value of the order. And if I need to show the proof to my IRS there will be 2 different numbers hard to explain. For them it does not matter if you are wrong by $100 or by $0.01 - numbers are numbers - they must be correct.

@deesajn Since you are in Poland you don’t have to pay taxes to the IRS. That is the US tax system.

Also the IRS doesn’t have records of what you earn on fiverr because everything they know is only what you tell them. And also, you will get that $0.01 the next time you withdraw your earnings.

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@deesajn Since you are in Poland you don’t have to pay taxes to the IRS. That is the US tax system.

Also the IRS doesn’t have records of what you earn on fiverr because everything they know is only what you tell them. And also, you will get that $0.01 the next time you withdraw your earnings.

I have generalised. The IRS in Poland is called Urząd Skarbowy and that will say nothing to people here.

Also, in Poland it’s not that easy like in the US probably. According to law in Poland I have to print out every transaction here on Fiverr, then print out every income on Payoneer or Paypal and every transaction on my business account and all the papers go to my accountant and every now and then you have an Urząd Skarbowy control and they check every single paper to find where you have done a mistake and fine you.

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I have generalised. The IRS in Poland is called Urząd Skarbowy and that will say nothing to people here.

Also, in Poland it’s not that easy like in the US probably. According to law in Poland I have to print out every transaction here on Fiverr, then print out every income on Payoneer or Paypal and every transaction on my business account and all the papers go to my accountant and every now and then you have an Urząd Skarbowy control and they check every single paper to find where you have done a mistake and fine you.

You have to print out every transaction? That’s such a huge burden, I’m sorry about that!

Some business people have 10,000 transactions a month.

I have the general Paypal financial statement for the year that I give my accountant. It’s two pages. It shows the total for each month.

You would probably show the one cent in the month or the day you received it. At least here that’s how it works. They don’t care when you earn it, they care when you actually get it.

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You have to print out every transaction? That’s such a huge burden, I’m sorry about that!

Some business people have 10,000 transactions a month.

I have the general Paypal financial statement for the year that I give my accountant. It’s two pages. It shows the total for each month.

You would probably show the one cent in the month or the day you received it. At least here that’s how it works. They don’t care when you earn it, they care when you actually get it.

Yes, so If something is not matching I would need to photoshop or edit a PDF which I always print out from every order here on Fiverr as a proof (they need to know from where the money are come from). It is a pain in the arse, but that’s the law. And if you hide anything they will fine you plus you have to pay 75% of your undeclared income. I need to do this every month. Poland is not a good choice if you have a business.

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Because my earning I have receive to my business account will not match with the value of the order. And if I need to show the proof to my IRS there will be 2 different numbers hard to explain. For them it does not matter if you are wrong by $100 or by $0.01 - numbers are numbers - they must be correct.

Doesn’t make any sense. Your IRS or whatever, should not be asking for data from your account, just financial statements, what you print, what you attach. Do you have a cash register, do you give receipts? No. Also you can’t pay taxes two times. @misscrystal said it. It’s a US tax system, and nobody have records on what you earn.

Plus, I know a bit about Poland. Corruption in Poland is big. I’m pretty sure nobody will care for $0.01, or even for $100, or even for $1000. Cheers.

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I have generalised. The IRS in Poland is called Urząd Skarbowy and that will say nothing to people here.

Also, in Poland it’s not that easy like in the US probably. According to law in Poland I have to print out every transaction here on Fiverr, then print out every income on Payoneer or Paypal and every transaction on my business account and all the papers go to my accountant and every now and then you have an Urząd Skarbowy control and they check every single paper to find where you have done a mistake and fine you.

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Poland is said to be the Kingdom of Methamphetamine. Poland has a million drug lords and drug dealers. It’s hard for me to believe they check for every transaction. That’s probably not the case.

I would suggest you this – get an accountant, because obviously you’re not well informed. I’m positive about that, you will thank me later. And he will manage your data! If you have so many transactions to worry about, and you think your taxation gov. officials will track you specifically, and won’t give a break to you specifically, you make too much money. And if you make so much money – you should have an accountant. Also transactions should be in monthly statements. Not like you said, day by day, every transaction. It’s EU laws, except if you’re like not in the EU. It’s actually US and world laws, man, it’s the same everywhere. Even in Russia. Trust me.

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Yes, one more thing, I forgot. Nobody gives a d*mn about your PayPal and you shouldn’t be giving that, receipts from there. Only print what goes into your bank account! If $1,234 USD go into your bank account, declare that. Don’t go and print PayPals, and show sensitive data. Don’t go and show your name on Fiverr, your email, exact payment dates and etc.

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The amount of misinformation you have posted is so big that it make no sense to reply. Everything I have explained here is well explained and established with my accountant and my US. If you don’t have a cash register in Poland - and I don’t because it is an Internet sell - I have to print out every transaction statement. Also every transaction from any financial intermediary statement too. This is not my idea, this is a law in Poland. And because for you it’s ridiculous and/or in your country you do it differently that does not mean that in any other country the system is different. And yes, they do care of every penny which does not match. Also it has nothing to do with:

  • corruption
  • amphetamine drug lords
  • UE law (because it’s an internal law)
  • your beliefs
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Again, the same situation. $0.01 left after I hit withdraw to a Payoneer card.

EDIT: it is the same amount. When you try to withdraw $147.20 it will leave you with $0.01 on your Fiverr account.

I’ve had that happen too; with some following withdrawal, that $0.01 disappeared again, leaving a nice, clean 0 balance for a bit.

I don’t think it will matter “in real life”, as (whatever currency)0.01 differences occasionally show up in all kinds of accounting programs due to rounding errors.

Maybe ask your accountant about that, it’s improbable that you have to fear anything because of that, as long as you document it properly, take screenshots when it happens and put them in a file noting the dates/circumstances, so in case anyone will ever ask, you can show that it’s some Fiverr glitch and not you manipulating your books to hide $0.01.

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It happens sometimes but it’s not a big deal. It’s the least of my worries at this time. It always corrects itself usually on the next withdrawal.

Yea, I am editing this amount in Adobe Acrobat and sending a fake statement to my tax office so it is OK after all. Just want to stress, that they did nothing to fix it. 😉

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Yea, I am editing this amount in Adobe Acrobat and sending a fake statement to my tax office so it is OK after all. Just want to stress, that they did nothing to fix it. 😉

We are allowed to round off small amounts like that. We don’t have to show any proof to the government though since it is self employment income.

One time I got a government letter that I owed 37 cents but I could forget about it.

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We are allowed to round off small amounts like that. We don’t have to show any proof to the government though since it is self employment income.

One time I got a government letter that I owed 37 cents but I could forget about it.

I wish my country was like that.

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