As a Shoplazza Partner, you earn money based on your contribution to the Shoplazza ecosystem (your activities) and the Partner program that you join. Your earnings might vary based on your location and the location of the merchants you work with. Your earnings might be subject to taxes depending on your location and applicable tax regulations.
To learn more about the Shoplazza Partners, see the following resources:
Taxes on earnings
In some cases, Shoplazza charges you taxes on its fees or pays out taxes on your referral commissions. These taxes vary based on your location, the type of Partner activity, and the tax information you provide in your Partner account settings.
All taxes charged or paid to you by Shoplazza are recorded in an invoice.
Taxes charged on Shoplazza fees
In some cases, Shoplazza charges taxes on its shoplazza commission fee and other applicable fees for app, theme, or service sales on the Shoplazza platform. Any applicable taxes are deducted from your payout and reflected on your Shoplazza fees invoice.
Taxes are charged on Shoplazza fees in the following cases:
If your Partner account contact information lists an address in Canada, then Shoplazza charges you taxes on Shoplazza fees. Shoplazza charges the applicable sales tax for your province or territory.
The United States
If your Partner account contact information lists an address in the United States, and your address is in a state that charges sales tax on services performed by billing agents, then Shoplazza charges you taxes on Shoplazza fees. Shoplazza charges the applicable sales tax for your state.
Taxes paid out on referral commissions
If you provide a Canadian business account number (BN) in your Partner account tax information, then Shoplazza adds an additional 13% Ontario HST to your referral commission payout. This tax is added to your payout and reflected on your referral commission invoice. You're responsible for remitting these taxes to the appropriate government authority.
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