My husband and I want to hub together. I have entered my tax info on my account, but it seems to be a solo venture. Is it legal and kosher and all for him to post on my hubpages account? We want to work together on this to have lots of hubs.
Both of you can contribute but everything goes back to the account creator/owner and only the original account holder's name will show i.e two writers one account
As some other Hubbers have mentioned, it's perfectly ok for more than one person to use one HubPages account. You will have to use only one person's PayPal account, AdSense ID, and tax info, but both of you are welcome to work together as writers on the same account. If you ever decide you each want your own account, it's also perfectly ok to open more than one. Best of luck on your writing journey here!
You need an adsense,pay pal account as well as to fill out tax paper for HP.
Thanks! We have joint accounts so the money part doesn't matter.
That sounds like fun! What a great thing for a couple to do together. Best of luck.
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