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Fiverr Tax System?


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I saw that I was paid 20 dollars by a buyer. I received $16. From this I conclude that Fiverr taxs $1 for Every $5 earned so you technically earn $4.

So does this mean that if i sell something for a $100, I will recieve $80?

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Yes my friend don’t use dear. When I see dear I feel like I’m married to you.😁

Yes my friend

If you call people who don’t know you “friend”, they might feel like you’re trying to sell them something, probably something they have no wish to buy.

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That not tax.It is service tax of fiverr. com

They give high platform for working . So take service charge of 20 %. I think this not a big amount

Definetly not, and u dont need spend your own money to advertise your skills or anything else.

I pay for Adobe 60$ a month just to be sure to get to the client the best what i could.

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First covid now terms and conditions.

TOS or terms and conditions were here years before COVID-19. Also, when you signed up for Fiverr you ticked the 🔲 box that said you had read tTOS so they should not be new to you.

90% of new sellers doesnt even try to read, they always click accept. Even there would be selling your kids or anything else. And then complain about what they didnt read

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Yes my friend don’t use dear. When I see dear I feel like I’m married to you.😁

When I see dear I feel like I’m married to you.😁

😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

I guess it depends on where you reside. Don’t always expect that the general use of a word in your environment will be the same with others’. It’s nearly the same English but we live in different parts of the world. Level of tolerance in various environments differ. In the part of the world where I live. How do people use the word “dear”? - it is just a friendly gesture. People use it almost indiscriminately. Especially older women, they use it for virtually every young folk. It definitely has no link with being manipulative or romantic. However, irrespective of your culture, so you won’t come off as rude or manipulative, It’s much better to avoid the use of such words unless you are 100% sure that the person on the receiving side is absolutely convenient with it.

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Sounds like they took 20% to me… which is their commission

They will definitely be paying taxes from that 20% cut also, which is indirectly coming from freelancers. I’m not insinuating that you don’t pay taxes. Every citizen has the responsibility to pay taxes.

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Sounds like they took 20% to me… which is their commission

It doesn’t sound like they take 20% commission. They do take 20% commission. Fact

As one or two more enlightened people here have added it pays for the massive support structure that goes into providing this platform, which in turn allows us freelancers to advertise our skills and receive work.

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They will definitely be paying taxes from that 20% cut also, which is indirectly coming from freelancers. I’m not insinuating that you don’t pay taxes. Every citizen has the responsibility to pay taxes.

Oh of course you have to pay taxes on anything you make here after the 20% Fiverr fee.

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It doesn’t sound like they take 20% commission. They do take 20% commission. Fact

As one or two more enlightened people here have added it pays for the massive support structure that goes into providing this platform, which in turn allows us freelancers to advertise our skills and receive work.

“It doesn’t sound like they take 20% commission. They do take 20% commission. Fact”

I dont understand what you mean…your saying Fiverr does not take 20%, but they take 20%…? a bit contradictory if you ask me.

The original post was asking about the amount that fiverr takes as a fee (the 20%), which I confirmed that they do indeed, take 20%.

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Its for maintaining their site and paying their employees and vice versa. Its not a tax. Like in upwork you have to pay 20% and also you need to show your “TIN” number also. That means you have to provide tax by your own if need.

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