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Hi If I work at Korea and work from US how much tax marked?

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GeniusPooh    161

Hi

 

I ran solo 3D engine company.

 

www.polygonart.co.kr.

 

Currently I have serious depression so . I can move to US.

 

and I try to my business to worldwide. 

 

and take a project from outside of Korea.

 

here is question. 

 

If I work at Korea and I got a project from US. how much or what kind of tax I should pay for US goverment?

 

Thanks 

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lithos    414

That wage sounds far to "out there".   Game development is underpaid for the level of work, so I can't practically see those numbers work.   Also not something you would get as entry level.

 

http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/189893/Industry_in_flux_What_we_learned_from_Game_Developers_2012_Salary_Survey.php

http://gdmag.com/issue/2013/April  (this one will cost $4, but will probably be the most accurate you'll find).

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GeniusPooh    161

That wage sounds far to "out there".   Game development is underpaid for the level of work, so I can't practically see those numbers work.   Also not something you would get as entry level.

 

http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/189893/Industry_in_flux_What_we_learned_from_Game_Developers_2012_Salary_Survey.php

http://gdmag.com/issue/2013/April  (this one will cost $4, but will probably be the most accurate you'll find).

 

Oh Korea is so worse

 

and I have million seller and 3D engine and 16+ experience :)

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Tom Sloper    16040

Genius, I moved your other question to the Breaking In forum, since it was about job salaries. http://www.gamedev.net/topic/641725-hi-how-much-get-paid-top-3d-engine-developper-at-major-company/

 

This question, though, appears to be about business taxes.  If you are not living in the US, and your business gets paid by a US company, I don't think you have to pay any US tax. But your business accountant can advise you better about that.

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