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Paying taxes on incoe from out of US companies

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by newyorkpride, Mar 12, 2010.

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Are you paying taxes on it?

  1. Yes

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  2. Yes, but im fudging the numbers a little since they don't know

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  3. hell no!

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  1. newyorkpride

    newyorkpride Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    For everyone thats inside the USA. Are you paying taxes on income that you get from affiliate networks that send checks from outside the US(canada for example) and dont issue a 10-99???
     
  2. GetThatMoney

    GetThatMoney Registered Member

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    Yes of course I pay taxes on every penny I earn, officer.
     
  3. savvypro

    savvypro Regular Member

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    US tax law requires that all word wide income is taxed. But you can earn upto something like 90,000 (check the IRS rules, for a couple it's double as in 2 X the amount) tax free on non US based income.
     
  4. blatt

    blatt Newbie

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    That is only true if your a US Citizen living outside the US
     
  5. bizminder

    bizminder Registered Member

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    ofcourse every penny will be taken into account.