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(UK) How do you pay taxes on Affiliate Marketing?

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by Wayer, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. Wayer

    Wayer Newbie

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    Sorry for the stupid question but I've been employed all my life and this is new to me.

    I've read that you need to declare your earnings for the year on your tax return. So if you make a full time living on clickbank how would you show proof of your earnings?
     
  2. Wayer

    Wayer Newbie

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    So when filing a tax return you don't need to give bank statements or other forms of evidence?

    Whats stopping you from making it all up?
     
  3. GreenHustler

    GreenHustler Junior Member

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    Don't chat absolute shit -this isn't a case of whether you have an opinion or not. This is a request for information regarding payment of tax. It isn't 'what you think', it?s ?what procedure do I follow?.

    OP, you need to register as self-employed with HMRC. They will send you a tax return to complete each financial year (beginning of April) and you will then declare how much you have earned.
     
  4. vodkapat

    vodkapat Registered Member

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  5. Miguel7

    Miguel7 Newbie

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    You go & Consult a Tax Agent/Accountant, & Take all your Paperwork & Record's.
    Just go to the Accountant Explain how & where you make your money. Pretty much Easy Done.

    On Clickbank there's the Reporting Section just get from there what you made Last Financial Year. & take that with you to the Accountant.