Looking over the threads and just wondering what the ETA is on our tax statements from Hubpages?
I think PayPal takes care of that now.
You're welcome. And if you are earning under a certain amount, PayPal won't send it at all. I'm not sure about that threshold, it's like $20k in a year. May be other users can chime in.
$1500 is the law. I have always gotten mine from Google Adsense (I have a website), but Paypal has never sent one. I earn enough here that I should.
According to IRS ruling IRC Section 6050W, payment processors such as PayPal are required to issue a 1099-K form when one receives at least 200 separate payments totaling at least $20,000 gross from all payers. Individual payers, such as Google, are subject to a different law.
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