Mobile application designed for online consultations(by subscription, with the goal of long-term consulting) .2 types of users.Client and specialist.who should go to me.How to do this? I mean what technologies to apply without side effects from a legal point of view and bypassing the terrible ios percentage for a subscription(30%)
  • Interest will be very large anyway.
    It is possible to reduce interest, but this is real only at very high speeds.
    – Blissful Crystal Jul 4 '19 at 23:47
  • Blissful Crystal, what's a big percentage? Why big? I heard that the payment aggregator does not take more than 5-7%....or I am mistaken – Combative29 Jul 5 '19 at 00:08

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you conclude an agency agreement between your company and the performers.Your company is an agent.

According to the agency contract, your tax base(income) will be considered only your commission, those 30%

if executors of FE/LLC, then you simply accept all payments to your company and simply pay through the bank

if the performers of physical persons is more complicated.

Who are your performers?
  • Thank you.The fact is that we are SP and the performers are ordinary individuals.I would like to use only the offer, the user agreement and not contact with agency affairs – Combative29 Jul 5 '19 at 11:23
  • [[Polzaforu]], and on the basis of what you get the money? What services or only agent? – Weary41 Jul 5 '19 at 14:42
  • [[Polzaforu]],
    Offer - a way to conclude an agreement
    agency agreement - a type of agreement that will allow you to save taxes and divide responsibilities.

    agency agreement can be the same offer on the site.

    When working with individuals, there are difficulties in recognizing you as a tax agent for the payment of personal income tax and other contributions from performers.

    For individuals, it is better to look for a payment service that will take over the job(it will relieve you of a tax agent), Yandex used to have the “Safe Deal” service but has now removed the page on the site. as an example
    – Puzzled Partridge Jul 5 '19 at 16:42
  • [[boss_lexa]], one financial clerk told me that they say if you get involved in an agent relationship between users, get bogged down in lawsuits as soon as scaling starts, consultations are so-so, and users will incur material losses because of them.
    It is only necessary to give a platform, to recommend customers to enter into agreements with performers when consulting on something serious and about money.In general, there are enough offers(user agreement) where all risks will be removed.

    So I think.I can create a user agreement correctly and everything is on it.Tax is paid only from my profit, i.e.the user pays for consulting a specialist, this money goes to his personal wallet(account) in the application, and when he wants to withdraw money, then what percentage will I take as the creator of such a platform, and the rest to him.This is a legal question.Please comment.And the second question is how to organize all this from a developer’s point of view?
    – Combative29 Jul 5 '19 at 17:48
  • [[psman]], I create a platform application that allows you to connect two types of people - clients and specialists.Online consultation.I want to set my percentage and take it from the income of specialists. – Combative29 Jul 5 '19 at 17:49
  • [[Polzaforu]], Well, either you are an agent with all the consequences of all payments, or take a fixed subscription from specialists – Weary41 Jul 5 '19 at 17:53
  • [[Polzaforu]], write for a long time, in a simpler voice, is there a telegram or skype? write) – Puzzled Partridge Jul 5 '19 at 18:07
  • [[psman]], why should we take a subscription from specialists? – Combative29 Jul 5 '19 at 19:18
  • [[boss_lexa]], can I call.Where – Combative29 Jul 5 '19 at 19:19
  • [[Polzaforu]], do anything, the question is where do you take money, taxes and schemes of work.Ideally, agents, but difficult and for the sake of 10% is not worth it. – Weary41 Jul 5 '19 at 19:21
  • [[Polzaforu]], skype, login same as here – Puzzled Partridge Jul 5 '19 at 20:37