Hi Hubbers (is that what you're called?),
I used to make a lot of lenses on Squidoo and ended up making about 14 dollars for charity. Now I'm on hubpages and there seems to be no way I can choose to donate the money, or even collect the money without submitting tax information. Why is it like this? Is there a way to make the money without submitting tax info. I'm in Canada, if that matters.
Hi Eduguy1, welcome to Hubpages.
I live in Australia and all I had to do was declare I legally don't have to submit tax info - you may have that option?
No, there is no way to donate money to Charity. I myself much prefer to research my charity before donating anyway - most that people are aware of waste a lot of money on marketing.
Was that "declaration" just in the submit tax info tab?
Yes, I just kept clicking till it said I was all good lol US taxes are so complicated.
I just went through it and I said i wasn't US because I'm not, and then it asked for house address etc. was that what happened to you?
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