I'm a foreigner living in Krakow, and have residence permit until 2016.
I'm writing a blog now, and am in the process of making a paid membership social networking community.
I've heard that once you register a company, you have to pay health and social fees.
Can I start charging for access to my blog, like have people pay for access to my blog via Kindle? As a private person, not registered as a company?
And do I have to register as a company before I start charging membership fees for my social networking community website?
Not sure how to do this.. and I do not want to register the company before I really have to..
I will make my blog available via Amazon (Kindle etc.) and charge for this (will also make available a book at a later date)
I will charge membership fees for my social community website
I will have files (articles, books, videos and mp3s) available on my website for download, and charge for this
I will coach people, and charge for this
I will also have one of my friends from the US to contribute at some point, so I guess I'll have to pay him.
Anyone who knows anything about this? And the costs of setting up and running a company?
Thanks a lot in advance!!!! :))))))))))))))))
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We have made two investments in Poland from the UK. We had a nightmare setting up a company using a law firm first time round. They couldn't give clear information, cost the earth and after several months and still not having a company registered we eventually gave up. We thought we were buying a shelf company.
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