So, checking my new earnings on Adsense, I noticed one problem. They will not release my pay until I have filled out my tax information. The problem here is, being only 18 going on 19, I have yet to actually hold a job in this down economy to be able to file tax returns. So, what am I supposed to do for filling out the tax information?
The tax information, if you're a U.S. citizen is your social security number. Technically, you are self employed freelance publisher. The only time that doesn't apply is when you actually have a tax ID given to you, because you have a business which your state identifies.
So all I have to worry about it putting in my ssn? What about all this other stuff about the tax form types or any of that? I always get this fear of filling something out wrong and getting penalized for it haha.
Ah, never mind about that last question! I filled it out, now all I have to do is get that form of pay done. Thanks Cagsil for your help! (:
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