I haven't, and I signed up for electronic delivery. I left a message with HP, but they haven't responded after several days. They should just communicate quickly on the site as to what's going on there.
I'll toss in a question here.
Some sites send out 1099's regardless of the amount.
Other sites only send out 1099's when the amount is $400 or more.
I wonder which HP is.
I shall now do a search to see if that information is already posted.
@HP Your link has a missing slash between .com and newfaq...
Or is it just me?
http://hubpages.com/newfaq_section_06_s … n_01c_q08/ and some variations
gives me a 404.
"Will I receive end-of-year tax forms from HubPages?
Maybe. Based on the tax status of your HubPages Earnings Program account and the total amount of earnings paid to you in a given calendar year, HubPages will send you the appropriate tax forms (if any are required for your account).
If you are based in the United States and have earned more than $600 for the year, HubPages will mail you a 1099 form.
If you are not based in the United States (and regardless of how much you earned), HubPages will mail you a 1042-S form."
I would swear that it's $400 now, not $600.
According to tax forms I've read, the IRS becomes highly perturbed if you fail to disclose above the $400 limit now.
Maybe Keith will drop by...
Unlike me, he'll know what he is talking about when it comes to tax matters.
I thought that 1099s were required to be distributed by Jan 31st...
Bump! HP can send them out by January 31, 2012 - so in theory we should be receiving them this week - however, what about electronic delivery???
Any comment from the Hubpages team?
I was under the impression that it was required by law for 1099s to be distributed by January 31st. Anyone got theirs yet?
BUMP AGAIN! Can HP staff please respond - the lack of 1099 is holding up my (and I assume others) filing of my taxes - this will delay any refund....
Has anyone received theirs from Google yet? I can't remember the deal from last year...
I am wondering about our HP 1099 as well.
I received my Google 1099 in the mail yesterday.
BUMP - is there any chance we'll get 1099 today? I was supposed to complete my taxes today and don't really want to delay any further - at the very least can we be provided with 'totals'?
I have records of my own total, but we still need their tax ID number from the 1099 as well. I was thinking it might show up in the Earnings section, but it doesn't.
True.....it probably doesn't, but you never know. I actually had a $50 prize in one of the contests myself that might appear in a different box now that I think about it.
I got a response saying that 1099s went out in the mail...not sure why they weren't delivered electronically, but hopefully we should start seeing them show up.
I still haven't received mine yet either. Hoped it would have come today...but no luck.
See 'important announcement' regarding 1099 forms http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/92638
What about people in the UK, I currently don't have HP Ads active.. I only tried it for a week
Richieb799: If your were paid out at least $50 in 2011 (and filled a W-8 out as your tax form), you will receive a 1042-S. Otherwise, no tax form for you!
US-based Hubbers who filled out a W-9 will receive a 1099 if they were paid out at least $600 in 2011.
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