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Paying taxes from income of affiliate programs

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by NickCHLN, Apr 5, 2015.

  1. NickCHLN

    NickCHLN Registered Member

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    Hey guys, this is my first post on BHW :cool:. But anyways, i have been working with CrakRevenue lately. They don't take taxes out of their payments but i want to keep it official to keep the feds off. How would I go about doing this? Any advice is appreciated :D
     
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  3. cottonwolf

    cottonwolf Regular Member

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    Generally speaking income is taxable, and so is aff income
    Correct answer depend on your location and country laws and circumstances
     
  4. wackiin

    wackiin Junior Member

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    if your in the usa id pay because they will find and (_))====0 you if you dont been there done that lol
    Just ad whatever it is to your total income and then use the deductions for your total over all income
     
  5. cleverone

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    ends up being 1099 income which means your gonna be taxed at 30% if not more. depending on what you made well
    you can see where the amount of money you made especially in BH IM isnt consistant. If you end up being really over the hole
    over 10k im me and hit me up. I