On the sole photographer


posted on 11th of september, 2010

I in the national tax 15%

I want to become a photographer, I put the sole as my life goal.

My question is

The photographer's sole 0.2 $earnings. In tax category?

0.2 $need pay taxes?

I am japan,my English is not very good.

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Posted by Swamin on September 11, 2010
u.s.a
Posted by Mvogel on September 11, 2010
Where do you live in Japan? I live in Okinawa and speak Japanese.

質問があったら連絡してください。私は米軍基地で働いてるから日本の税金を払わないんだけど答えを探すの手伝いができます。
Posted by Swamin on September 11, 2010
when you bring money from out side of the country you don't play any tax. which is what you are doing. From DT( US) to you (Japan)
if you make money with that money, then only you pay tax on the profit.
Posted by BCritchley on September 11, 2010
Depends on Japans tax laws and how much you earn elsewhere. Of course it also depends how much you make from stock, also if you choose to declare it as income as you should. You need to make at least $100 before you can get your hands on it on here also, even if you then pay tax you still get $85.



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