How do I keep my hubs from making too much?
I know it's an odd question, but I was wondering what it would be like if someone were making more than they wanted and wished to slow it down. Any ideas?
(The only reason I can think of for not wanting to make more than a certain amount would be to stay within a particular tax bracket.)
Sounds like a good problem to have. Tax brackets in the US are marginal, so making more money is still usually a good thing. There are a few situations where passing an income threshold will eliminate certain tax benefits, but that's rare.
If you want to stop a hub from earning, you can unpublish it.
You can also put my Google Adsense code in your affiliate box.
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