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Facture à l'ordre de Fiverr - Quel mode de règlement?


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Bonjour,

Je suis nouveau dans le monde de l’auto-entrepreneur. Je veut éviter de devoir souvent retirer de petites sommes de mon compte Fiverr, mais je ne suis pas sur comment facturer en conséquence. Est-ce qu’un gain est considéré payés une fois que Fiverr débloque la somme, ou seulement une fois qu’elle a été transférer sur mon compte? Quel mode de règlement mentionner sur la facture? En gros, comment gérer-vous vos facturations / retraits avec Fiverr?

Je vous remercie d’avance!

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I am new to the world of the self-employed. I want to avoid having to withdraw small amounts of money from my Fiverr account, but I’m not sure how to setup my invoice accordingly. Are earnings considered paid once Fiverr releases the funds, or only once it has been transferred to my paypal account? What method of payment do I mention on the invoice? Basically, how does one manage one’s invoicing / withdrawals with Fiverr?

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Hi,

Thank you for your reply. I saw anbother topic that was in French so I went ahead and posted.

The question has to do with French invoicing laws, so I’m not sure if translating it will help.

Translation:

I am new to the world of the self-employed. I want to avoid having to withdraw small amounts of money from my Fiverr account, but I’m not sure how to setup my invoice accordingly. Are earnings considered paid once Fiverr releases the funds, or only once it has been transferred to my paypal account? What method of payment do I mention on the invoice? Basically, how does one manage one’s invoicing / withdrawals with Fiverr?

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Hi,

Thank you for your reply. I saw anbother topic that was in French so I went ahead and posted.

The question has to do with French invoicing laws, so I’m not sure if translating it will help.

Translation:

I am new to the world of the self-employed. I want to avoid having to withdraw small amounts of money from my Fiverr account, but I’m not sure how to setup my invoice accordingly. Are earnings considered paid once Fiverr releases the funds, or only once it has been transferred to my paypal account? What method of payment do I mention on the invoice? Basically, how does one manage one’s invoicing / withdrawals with Fiverr?

Check this out: https://www.fiverr.com/support/articles/360010561178-Seller-Taxes

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I believe the money will just remain in your Fiverr account until you request a withdrawal (someone please correct me if I’m wrong here). You can time your withdrawals accordingly - monthly, when you hit a certain amount, etc - to your liking.

I’d suggest periodically withdrawing, once a week or maybe every two weeks if you need the time to build up pay, just for safety’s sake. I always get nervous about hackers when I leave money laying around in non-banking accounts, personally.

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I believe the money will just remain in your Fiverr account until you request a withdrawal (someone please correct me if I’m wrong here). You can time your withdrawals accordingly - monthly, when you hit a certain amount, etc - to your liking.

I’d suggest periodically withdrawing, once a week or maybe every two weeks if you need the time to build up pay, just for safety’s sake. I always get nervous about hackers when I leave money laying around in non-banking accounts, personally.

@thatwordchick Thank you for your reply.

I was definately planning on letting earnings accumulate in my Fiverr account, but I’m having a hard time trying to figure out how to match that up to the obligatory information that is reauired by french law. So the question is really more about French law, so I’m guessing I won’t find an answer in an english language forum! 😆

Thank you for being willing to help though!

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@thatwordchick Thank you for your reply.

I was definately planning on letting earnings accumulate in my Fiverr account, but I’m having a hard time trying to figure out how to match that up to the obligatory information that is reauired by french law. So the question is really more about French law, so I’m guessing I won’t find an answer in an english language forum! 😆

Thank you for being willing to help though!

Ohhh, my apologies. That’s the American in me, assuming everyone’s financial laws work the same 😆

Is there maybe a French freelancer’s board on Reddit, or something like that? I have to imagine freelancers in your country gather and talk somewhere on the web.

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@thatwordchick Thank you for your reply.

I was definately planning on letting earnings accumulate in my Fiverr account, but I’m having a hard time trying to figure out how to match that up to the obligatory information that is reauired by french law. So the question is really more about French law, so I’m guessing I won’t find an answer in an english language forum! 😆

Thank you for being willing to help though!

obligatory information that is reauired by french law.

For specific information regarding your earnings suggest you contact your local tax office or an accountant.

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Ohhh, my apologies. That’s the American in me, assuming everyone’s financial laws work the same 😆

Is there maybe a French freelancer’s board on Reddit, or something like that? I have to imagine freelancers in your country gather and talk somewhere on the web.

Ohhh, my apologies. That’s the American in me, assuming everyone’s financial laws work the same 😆

😆 No worries!

Yerah, I never thought of Reddit. That’s the French in me! 😂

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obligatory information that is reauired by french law.

For specific information regarding your earnings suggest you contact your local tax office or an accountant.

For specific information regarding your earnings suggest you contact your local tax office or an accountant.

That’s my next option. Was just hoping to avoid the bureaucratic tunnel and the cost! 🙂

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