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The Problem with all Payment Providers

The Problem with all Payment Providers
By Ian Wootten • Issue #3 • View online
Hi there,
These last two weeks I’ve seen multiple articles asking how to correctly collect VAT as a Software as a Service business. For myself in the UK, none of the solutions I’ve seen so far feels right - you either lose flexibility by allowing a third party provider to sell your software on your behalf or take on a hugely complex burden of international tax collection yourself. I compared the features of a number of payment providers last month on my blog which has proven to be really popular.
In other exciting news - I’ve bought a new M1 Mac Mini. The machine has had a few quirks so far, which is understandable given the architecture differences. In the main, it’s mostly the same as my old mac mini, only a lot faster and a decade younger. I’m documenting and recording my experience with it as a developer, so you’ll hear about it if you follow me anywhere on the web.
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As always, keep on shipping!

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