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Do I pay taxes in this program?

akius
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Do I pay taxes in this program?

I hear u can make quite bit of money from this program I'm new to it all so I need an answer to a question.
Do I pay taxes, in this program.
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chatyak86
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Do you pay taxes in THIS program? No you do not.

You have to talk to your local taxman about paying taxes on your earned income. We have no idea what your tax law is in your place of residence :)
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sean06
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Do "normal" people pay taxes in your country? If so, then you will too :)
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akius
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I'm here in US and I got a friend he lives in Orolando Florida and the reason I was asking was that he is from brazil and he is on a student visa. He can do work but only the one given to him by his university. So can he do this thing too just like me.
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chatyak86
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Ughhh no idea on that. I'm not an expert in Brazilian student visa tax information :wink:

Sorry....
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akius
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the thing with him is he only needs 12-15 grand a year now I'm not goona hold u on ur word but I really think unless he is doing something major no one will pay any heed, are u in the US too.
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chatyak86
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Aagain, it would be best to check with a taxman on the issue. Depending on what you do and if you are in school or on disability etc... there are tons of options on this. Legal advice is best.

I am not living in the US no.
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markling
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Hi akius,

We get a few tax questions here on the forum, and the answer is usually the same: You'll have to do your own research, consult an accountant, call up the tax department and ask for advice... whatever. We're all from different countries with different laws and different situations. Your friend's situation seems complex, so he's probably going to need some specialist advice.

Good luck (to you and your friend!)
Mark
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akius
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thanks for all the help.
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pjjimbo
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Hi akius,

I work as an Accountant here in NZ. Our tax legislation is quite different to the US.
As mark, adrian and sean have said, it is a complex area and best left to a specialist tax advisor in your country.
Students can be a cheap source of info! Join a accounting/taxation online forum in your country and ply away for info!!
To be honest, I would be more concerned with actually making some money before I worried about paying tax on it....
good luck.
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akius
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good advice
thanks.
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