Net Profit after Tax


posted on 3rd of may, 2011

Net profit is a measure of the profitability of a venture after accounting for all costs.
How much have you earn so far from Dreamstime?

Comments (4)

Posted by Uptall on May 03, 2011
not much enough
Posted by Neilmachin on May 03, 2011
So far $1.27 - of which I could loose up to 30% if I do not get an ITIN as I am not a US resident.
Cost was zero because I have only just joined DT so have a good stock of images already taken - and therefore as good as paid for - however the sums may go the other way when I need to start taking images specifically to submit.
Posted by Digikhmer on May 03, 2011
The same for me ... negative profit !
It is my pricey hobby ... this year, I had two lenses broken and more that 400€ for repair and still, the result of the repair is not well done -> asymmetric sharpness and have to fight with the service.
But, having pictures uploaded here is worth all the pains ;) sold or not it is not a matter.
Posted by Splosh on May 03, 2011
Must be a negative profit for me :-)
I do this as a hobby, trying to improve on my skills.
If I make a sale, good - if not, oh well..



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