Depends in what context you're talking. If you work with affiliates such as Amazon and Ebay, you can keep track of it on your affiliate account.
If you're setting up a business you can use something like MYOB, Attache, Optimizer or some such program made specifically for the purpose.
by Nelle Hoxie 7 years ago
http://www.dallasnews.com/business/head … ispute.eceSorry I should have included the state in the topic heading. TEXAS was using the argument that the distribution center created a physical presence in the state, so the state sales tax was valid. Now that Amazon has closed the distribution...
by Mikeydoes 8 years ago
I just got this as an email. Hopefully it gets resolved, otherwise I have to move.Greetings from the Amazon Associates Program:We regret to inform you that the Illinois state legislature has passed an unconstitutional tax collection scheme that, if signed by Governor Quinn, would leave Amazon.com...
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
We are going to increase Amazon earnings for most of you! Amazon is becoming part of the HP Earnings program. In early November folks will have the opportunity to switch to get paid their Amazon earnings through the HP Earnings program. For new Hubbers, this will greatly simplify...
by priyankeshu 8 years ago
Adwords and adsense are probably the best way to make some easy oney online.Do you agree?I am not much happy with Amazon Associated as yet. I still would have to think again and try some methods to improve my earnings on Amazon.But apart from that Adsense is the only way.What say?
by Nelle Hoxie 8 years ago
The vote wasn't even close 35 to 18. While Amazon has not yet cut off affiliates, about one dozen merchants have. If you live in Connecticut this is the time to prepare to lose Amazon and a bunch of other affiliate programs. There are options. Here's a Link that will Help....
by ahorseback 7 months ago
No more free ride for the big ones , Amazon etc........?Good or Bad?
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