At some point most participants in the Hubpages ad program will need a concise and printable summary of exactly how much they've earned during any given financial year, in order to fill in tax forms and keep receipts of earnings.
At the moment we've only got a long, long list of daily earnings - unless I've missed a link/option somewhere.
Could this be arranged, please?
I've always used my PayPal records when some online-pay figures were needed for tax returns. Google sends its own form (reporting earnings) (for anyone who doesn't know that).
by Suramya.K6 years ago
I just de-activated my HubPages ads program and I was wondering if someone has any experience to share. Did your AdSense revenue increase after de-activating HP ads?
by Brett Foster2 years ago
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by Haunty7 years ago
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by thecounterpunch10 years ago
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by Atanas Yonkov3 months ago
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by FootballNut2 years ago
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