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Hey guys,
I am a seller here on fiverr, I’ve been here since January 2019 and my net income is 480$. I am Greek, and I live in Greece.
So, my question is basically for Greek sellers here on Fiverr, or any people that may know what’s going on with taxes in Greece.
I do all withdrawals on PayPal and then transfer them to my Revolut account. So, what’s the deal? Do I have to file for taxes on my income from Fiverr?

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Hello!!! I am level 1 seller and fro last 24 hours i dont sent 10 offer till now but now today when i go buyer request then try to send offer then get error where send No OFFER Left , Even i dont sent 10 offer in last 24 hours then how can this possible ? what is the issue ?, anybody getting this error also ? please reply

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Suggest you contact an accountant or your local tax office for help regarding your tax affairs.

Also, check this out: https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360010561178-Seller-Taxes

Everyone’s individual tax situation is different and relying on hearsay is never a good idea.

Thank you for taking the time to reply! I was just wondering, because I had seen some posts here saying that if your net income is less than 400$, you don’t have to pay taxes for that. But I didn’t know if it was only for the US. And once I surpassed the 400$ mark, I started to worry a little bit about it. The truth is I am still a student, and I’ve never filed for taxes, my first job is here, on Fiverr, as a freelancer, so I got a little nervous.

@paschalisblack said that he’s Greek and has been a seller here on Fiverr for 5-6 years, and there are no taxes for your income in Greece. I will ask an accountant too, though, just to be sure.

Thank you again!

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Thank you for taking the time to reply! I was just wondering, because I had seen some posts here saying that if your net income is less than 400$, you don’t have to pay taxes for that. But I didn’t know if it was only for the US. And once I surpassed the 400$ mark, I started to worry a little bit about it. The truth is I am still a student, and I’ve never filed for taxes, my first job is here, on Fiverr, as a freelancer, so I got a little nervous.

@paschalisblack said that he’s Greek and has been a seller here on Fiverr for 5-6 years, and there are no taxes for your income in Greece. I will ask an accountant too, though, just to be sure.

Thank you again!

I will ask an accountant too, though, just to be sure.

A phone call to your local tax office will be free.

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Thank you for taking the time to reply! I was just wondering, because I had seen some posts here saying that if your net income is less than 400$, you don’t have to pay taxes for that. But I didn’t know if it was only for the US. And once I surpassed the 400$ mark, I started to worry a little bit about it. The truth is I am still a student, and I’ve never filed for taxes, my first job is here, on Fiverr, as a freelancer, so I got a little nervous.

@paschalisblack said that he’s Greek and has been a seller here on Fiverr for 5-6 years, and there are no taxes for your income in Greece. I will ask an accountant too, though, just to be sure.

Thank you again!

Yes, please speak with your accountant and let us know.

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