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While the sun is shining outside and the flowers are getting ready for spring bloom, other stuff is blooming, too – but not in a nice way, unfortunately. One of the issues is, again, harassment at conventions. I believe the … Continue reading

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I promised yesterday to write something about the issues I have with the survey. I’m running late on my prep for the Nadelkunst fair, though, and I have to leave tomorrow to set up the stall – which means I … Continue reading

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I’m sorry if the title shocked you – but I am really afraid of the future for my business at the moment. Not because I don’t love what I do anymore, or am running out of ideas, or projects, quite … Continue reading

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If you’ve been reading along for a while, you will have read about the EU VAT on my blog. If you have no clue what I’m talking about now, let me give you the TL;DR version of the whole thing. … Continue reading

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We all make mistakes, small ones, big ones, some that are easily fixed and some that haunt us for ages. (Sometimes small, easily fixed ones can still be of the haunting sort, though.) Mistakes are not nice to make, but … Continue reading

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(To go to part one, click here.) There’s still more things in that EU memo that make me scared, or sound weird, or plain unfeasible, so I’m not done rambling. Here’s the next bit: Why does the Strategy include measures … Continue reading

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 It’s been quite a while since I posted about the EU VAT madness… and things are developing. There is, thank goodness, talk about a threshold or maybe even an exemption for small businesses regarding the VATMOSS registration, as hinted at … Continue reading

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