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What happens when I earn more than 500$?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by sarderiftekhar, Sep 6, 2009.

  1. sarderiftekhar

    sarderiftekhar Junior Member

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    I bought a verified account as an US citizen (But i am not in US). What happens when I cross the income mark of 500$? How can I submit the tax form?

    Other wise they(AC) gonna hold the payments, right?:confused:
     
  2. Jared255

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    Switch accounts and start over, problem solved. I think it's $600 by the way.
     
  3. buck88

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    Once you reach $500-$600, AC will send you a W9 tax form and freeze your payments. You cannot submit the tax form because you are not a US resident. And don't try to submit a fake one or you really risk something bigger than you :eek:
     
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    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Like buck said, at anytime between $500-$600 in earnings on an account, AC will freeze payments and make you submit the W9.

    What you have to do is move on and start a new AC account prior to them mandating the use of the W9. Basically, you want to keep starting new accounts as you reach $500.

    And also like buck said, don't risk trying to submit fake tax info.

    Good luck
     
  5. sarderiftekhar

    sarderiftekhar Junior Member

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    What is the difference between account created in US and outside US? If someone creates account from europe, wont get paid or what?
     
  6. Millygirl

    Millygirl Regular Member

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    Non-US citizens will get paid for page views only.

    US citizens get paid for their articles and page views.
     
  7. buck88

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    yes at the moment AC pays only via PPal
     
  8. sarderiftekhar

    sarderiftekhar Junior Member

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    How much they pay for per Article?:confused:
     
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    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Read around here...it's been talked about so many times.

    They pay $1.00-$6.00 for regular submission articles. A flat $4.00 for news articles, $10.00-$20.00 for Partner Call articles, and $1.50 for every 1000 views your artices receive.

    Also, you can still do all of this as a non US citizen...read around here and you'll see how we all do it.
     
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    cupid_stunt Junior Member

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    If we use more than 1 account, how do we get around all payments going to the same paypal account? (obviously you can add more than 1 email in your paypal account, but I don't think that'd work)

    Also when they pay in PayPal, they will see that I'm not a US member?

    Any thoughts to get around these obstacles?
    Cheers
     
  11. THUNDERELVI

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    I think that adding emails to your paypal account is the only way around as I have heard. But you can create as many paypal acc as you want from the same IP/country right? Does PP allow that? Sorry for the newbie question. Also when they send you your payment they can't see your country(but they can still see your name so give them at least a US name) or any other sensitive info because that would violate the privacy and PP doesn't do that.
     
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  12. agkfal

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    Create a Canadian account, we are tax exempt.
    Use a paypal account with a fake Canadian address, then transfer the funds to a different paypal with mass pay.
     
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    Canadians are non-US... obviously! So how do they get upfront payment?:confused: