Finally! All Contracts Are Approved!

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by DipDog3, Aug 8, 2008.

  1. DipDog3 macrumors 65816

    DipDog3

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    I paid my $99 on July 15th which was the same day that I applied for a personal account. My business account still hasn't been approved :mad:

    So today all of my contracts are complete and my apps are clear to be sold!

    So what was that? 24 days total?
     
  2. TripleJ macrumors regular

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    first of all: Congratulations! The hard part is over, I think :p
    Secondly: Wow... By that reckoning, I still have 3 weeks to wait.. *sigh*
     
  3. nottooshabby macrumors 6502

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    For you guys who have filled out your tax info on itunes connect. If you are selling an app as an individual, were you asked for a business name? It won't let me proceed without puttting in a business name. It looks like I can just put a space in there, but not sure if I should...
     
  4. Mac Me Up macrumors regular

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    Which country are you in? Depending on where you are you may actually need to register a business name as a Sole Individual/Trader.
     
  5. Cromulent macrumors 603

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    Really? Hmm I guess I'm just used the UK way of doing things but I was under the impression you could do business under any name you liked as long as you paid your taxes.
     
  6. TripleJ macrumors regular

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    In Australia at least, you are required to have an ABN (australian business number) which means you need to register a business, basically. Whether this consists of just you, doesn't really matter, but i'm not sure about any of the other countries.
    I wouldn't put a blank space, though. At the very least, just put your own name :)
     
  7. nottooshabby macrumors 6502

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    I am in the US. I just left the business name blank by just putting a space in it. hopefully that works.
     
  8. DipDog3 thread starter macrumors 65816

    DipDog3

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    You should put your name as the business name.
    That's what I did And I didn't have any problems.
     

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