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Giving SIN number online

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by MUSICMOON010203, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. MUSICMOON010203

    MUSICMOON010203 Registered Member

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    Hey are there any opportunities in internet marketing for someone that doesn't want to give away their SIN number. I don't feel safe giving it online.
     
  2. MUSICMOON010203

    MUSICMOON010203 Registered Member

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    bump. anyone?
     
  3. unusualfacts30

    unusualfacts30 Junior Member

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    wut ...sure there are...just use one that doesn't require SIN
     
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  4. MUSICMOON010203

    MUSICMOON010203 Registered Member

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    no i don't want anyone's sin number. I just want a way to make money online without giving away mine.
     
  5. unusualfacts30

    unusualfacts30 Junior Member

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    I think most CPA requires it because of IRS wants them to and those who don't requires it aren't legit or don't pay enough for clicks...for instance chitika..fast approval but pay is low
     
  6. MUSICMOON010203

    MUSICMOON010203 Registered Member

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    so just cpa requires it?
     
  7. unusualfacts30

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    Yeah..they should be the only one that asks for SIN
     
  8. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    I assume you're from Canada? I thought Canadians weren't required to give this out for tax purposes. Isn't it illegal for businesses in Canada to require it? (because the SIN can only be used for which it was designed)

    Maybe I'm wrong.

    I know for a fact paypal.ca can't ask for the SIN. They can ask for proof of identity, but not the SIN.
     
  9. MUSICMOON010203

    MUSICMOON010203 Registered Member

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    well do you know of any Canadian cpa's?
     
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    Anyone who reports to a government tax organization is going to ask for SIN/SSN. The terms and information will be differ by country, but that's the way of the world. The government will always want their share. The only tax-free money you're likely to see is from a private party that's not going to report it or write it off.
     
  11. unusualfacts30

    unusualfacts30 Junior Member

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    SSN or SIN are same thing in my opinion..only CPA should ask you for it because you work for them and IRS wants it reported
     
  12. MUSICMOON010203

    MUSICMOON010203 Registered Member

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    but is there a way to make money online without going through another party like a cpa company. Like paying yourself?
     
  13. unusualfacts30

    unusualfacts30 Junior Member

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    Sure there are lots of them..software, ebooks, content locking etc etc
     
  14. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    In Canada, I thought it's illegal for someone to ask for the SIN? That's why Canadian Paypals don't ask for it. (USA is obviously a different story, with the SSN....)