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Android: how distribute paid application when paid Market is not available in my country (OBSOLETE)
by Uppsala9496 in Programming Languages

WARNING: this question is now obsolete, as Android Market includes much more countries and such services as PayPal Mobile Payments Library are available.

Hi! I'd like to sell my Android application, but I live in Poland and in my country* Android Market supports only free apps (we cannot sell and we cannot buy too).

What is the best way to sell application in such situat

Can You Be Paid Less Than Minimum Wage in California If You Get Paid Commission?
by dawp in Business
Employees classified as commissioned sales people are exempt from the minimum wage standard both at the state level in California and at the federal level. A number of other occupations are exempt from these laws as well. The Fair Labor Standards Act, or FLSA, defines both exempt and non-exempt employees. According to the FLSA and California law, non-exempt employees must receive no less than mini

App once paid, now free, give benefits to people who paid?
by Steven Weber in Programming Languages

I have an app right now that I am planning to put onto Google play as a paid app. I know that one can decide at a later date to make the app free. I'm thinking that I might one day want to make the app free, selling some of the features that are now included in the paid version. Is there a way that I can tell if a user paid for an app?

How to Get Paid To Blog - Paid Blogging Networks
by skulldrinker in Internet
One of the easiest, most popular and profitable ways to generate an additional income stream from your blog/s is to do some paid posting through paid blogging networks. Connecting paying advertisers with bloggers-for-hire, paid blogging networks simply act as a bridge or middle-man.
Bloggers are basically paid to write and post their opinions and reviews of advertiser websites, products and/o

Can a Debt on a Credit Bureau Show As Paid in Full Once Bankruptcy Has Been Paid in Full?
by zz64 in Personal Finance
Debts resolved through bankruptcy should be listed on credit reports as "included in bankruptcy." The credit reporting agencies want to convey that your debt was resolved through the help of bankruptcy courts and not because you paid in full on your own. Completing the terms of your bankruptcy doesn't mean you paid your debts. Instead, your obligation to pay all or some of the debts was wiped out

How to migrate from a paid android application to an application paid for with in-app billing?
by 02ranger in Android

I currently have two versions of my app in the Android market, a paid one and a free one. But I want to integrate in-app billing into my free application, and charge customers on a subscription base, for a lower price than the current price of the paid app.

But how should I handle this for existing customers? It seems unfair to let them pay again for use of the paid functionality,

What Is the Difference Between Paid in Capital & Additional Paid in Capital?
by zclin in Business
Shareholder's equity includes a number of important accounts. Two of them are paid in capital and additional paid-in capital. Together, they add up to the amount of equity capital contributed to the company. It is important to know that these accounts cannot decrease. If a company decides to buy back shares, the contra equity account treasury stock would increase to show the effect of the buyback

How Much Does an RNA Get Paid?
by Pradeep Gowda in Careers & Job Searching
If you are looking for a career change and are interested in working in the medical field, the job of a RNA or restorative nursing assistant could be worth looking into. RNAs are certified nursing assistants who specialize in areas of therapy and rehabilitation and can earn more than $29,000 annually to start. Experience PayHow much you can earn as a RNA could depend in large part on your level
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How to Get Paid to Get Your GED
by lync-server-2010 in Education
Taking the GED test allows students who dropped out of high school the chance to earn an equivalency diploma. Once you obtain your GED, you can attend college or join the military (they require a diploma or GED for enlistment). You will also increase your chances of employment, since some employers require a diploma or GED as part of the hiring process. If you want to get paid to study for and pas
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How Much Does an LPN Get Paid?
by LDam in Business
Licensed practical nurses, or LPNs, make up a major section of the nursing industry, accounting for over 728,000 jobs, according to 2009 Bureau of Labor Statistics, or BLS, data. Although these nurses are the lowest level of nurse, the fact that they complete basic nursing tasks frees up upper-level nurses to concentrate on more advanced procedures, greatly enhancing overall care. The average year
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