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Old 04-02-2012, 06:53 AM   #2
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They both charge you 30% in American tax if you don't provide the paperwork they want. But when you fill in your UK tax return there's a section in there for foreign income that has already been taxed at source, so you don't really lose out on much. There's also the currency conversion charge you need to factor in. Smashwords uses Paypal, and their conversion charge is very high. Amazon sends "checks" in dollars and your bank will charge a fee as well as the conversion charge. Or it might work out better to send them to Auctionchex, but they have fees too.
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