I have done a lot of digging and couldn't find any rules saying I couldn't share my earnings info, but I may have overlooked something. I thought I had read somewhere that sharing that kind of info was a NO-NO. Does anyone have an answer and possible a link to the information if the answer is no?
Yes it is against the TOS to state exact amounts. However you can say broad statements, like " I make enough to cover my phone bill" or "I make enough to buy my morning coffees each month"
It is in the last paragraph in the section labeled payment. The payment section is about halfway down.
I heard that it is a no no. So maybe just give as percentage
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