Ok I know I have been on hubpages for 4 years but never really cared about the earnings history because Hubpages pays on time so I just check my paypal on the 28th every month. I wanted to get an idea how much money I will earn for Xmas.
My question do you add the money on to the balance that says "you also earned this amount for this month.
So do I add the 16.60 +31.32 + the 21.01 or Do I just add the 16.60+31.32 together.
Yep. The total for this month will be known tomorrow and they will pay it at the end of December including the first two amounts you stated.
Add the three amounts plus your earnings today.
For me payment since September 1 is due. On December 28th, I will receive payment for September, October and November. (December earnings will be calculated later only). I am happy that for X'mas I will have some earnings.
If you want the money before Christmas, last year I got it after Christmas.
Yes - you've got it right. By tomorrow, we will know exactly what we have earned for November.
I'm in the same boat, Tamron and vocalcoach. Won't we also add what we earn up to Dec 27th as well? So it will be four figures (Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec)? Or is that fourth figure added in ONLY if it reaches $50?
Three months only up to 30th of November will be payable on December, 28th next. (December's earning will not be added for payment in December) It is great that HubPages is a site paying regularly.
Thanks Everyone I was hoping I would get paid before Xmas but thats OK! New Years is coming so there will be money then.
What is the minimum amount you have to earn in a month to get paid on the 28th? sorry i know that is off topic.
$50 on the last day of the previous month. It may be in that month or even accumulated from previous months to add it to $50.
by Bill Manning 8 years ago
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by Laura Izett 12 months ago
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by Dan Robbins 4 years ago
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by Chitrangada Sharan 5 years ago
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by ii3rittles 5 years ago
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by CCahill 4 years ago
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