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This is a tricky question on the intersection of visa and tax laws. It is tricky because every country can make its own rules that apply when you are in that country or do business in that country. Even within the EU, there is no uniform approach because freedom of movement merely covers the right to work in a country, but not the rules which have to be ...


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Yes I will assume that your business is presently compliant with the law - you have the right licences, insurances, report and pay the correct taxes etc. Depending on the arrangement between you and the people you pay they might be: contractors, employees, prize winners, partners. You need to work out which because different laws give different rights and ...


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There wouldn't be any formal process - you would just start practicing criminal law, but obviously you would be reading up on criminal law prior to doing so since you would hold relevant professional obligations under the Bar Standards Board Handbook to, well, actually know the law you're practicing—namely Core Duty 7: You must provide a competent standard ...


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Chauvin is being charged under Minn. Stat. § 289A.63, which makes filing a false return a felony. Criminal sentencing in Minnesota is generally done using a standard set of sentencing guidelines, which sort of set a presumptive sentence based on the severity of the offense and the defendant's criminal history. Filing a false return is currently classified at ...


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Do I have to pay taxes if I register the domain but the website income belongs to someone else? No. The person or company who runs, and/or profits from, the business is the entity under obligation to pay all the applicable taxes: Value Added Tax, income tax, corporate tax, and so forth. Unless you charge a significant amount therefor (see the comments), the ...


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Under US law, you do not need to file a tax return if your income was under a threshold. For tax year 2019, this threshold is $12,200 for an individual under 65 years of age, which non-coincidentally was the standard deduction for that year. There is effectively a 0% tax bracket, due to the standard deduction. A deduction is "deducted" from your ...


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Q2: US tax brackets are based on your taxable income, which is computed by applying various adjustments and deductions to your "actual" gross income. In particular, most taxpayers are entitled to apply a standard deduction which is currently about $12,000 for a single taxpayer. So if you are a single taxpayer with a gross income of, say, $10,000, ...


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The exchange rates that you are looking for is reported at this Department of Treasury website. Historical rates are available at a website linked to on this Department of Treasury page. Resources from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service regarding how to apply these laws is found at the IRS website, which strictly speaking applies only to federal taxes and not ...


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The premise of the question is wrong: The U.S. has no authority or means to compel a company not under its jurisdiction to send it taxes taxes. Furthermore, the U.S. government has no general "consumption tax." Many (but not all) states and municipalities have different "sales and use tax" rates, and different goods and services to which ...


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