CPA Network Age Restrictions
2014-01-29, 05:46 AM,
#1
Hey all,

I'm sure there are a good many more teens on here than the ones I've seen.
CPA networks tend to* restrict access to their platforms to only those at least 18 years of age.
This is understandable because in the US minors can not enter legal binding contracts.

So today I took a couple minutes and sent emails to CPALead, AWM & Peerfly asking whether or not I could access their services with consent from my legal guardian (I'm adopted) and I'm awaiting their responses.

So, anyone else here have to do something like this, if so how did it turn out, or do you just register anyway?

Awaiting your responses.

*CPAGrip is the only network I've seen without any explicit age restrcition in their TOS.
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2014-01-29, 05:49 AM,
#2
Just register anyways. I've been with multiple CPA companies since like age 14 (16 now).
They wont care as long as you make them money and take care of your taxes.

Also, since you're a teen getting into CPA too, hmu with a pm and ill give you my Skype.
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2014-01-29, 06:11 AM,
#3
(2014-01-29, 05:49 AM)emaloy97 Wrote: Just register anyways. I've been with multiple CPA companies since like age 14 (16 now).
They wont care as long as you make them money and take care of your taxes.

Also, since you're a teen getting into CPA too, hmu with a pm and ill give you my Skype.

Done and done, mate.
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2014-01-29, 06:13 AM,
#4
I used my parents name aswell before getting up to 18 years. After i made 18 years i just created separate accounts and that was all. :)
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2014-01-29, 06:14 AM,
#5
If you are under 18 and live in the US you need tax info and if under 18 you will need to use parents name

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2014-01-29, 06:17 AM,
#6
I register with the person informations of my dad (I'm 17). of course my dad knows that.
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2014-01-29, 06:28 AM,
#7
But don't they file the taxes for your parents instead of you?
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2014-01-29, 07:21 AM,
#8
(2014-01-29, 06:28 AM)Oloty Wrote: But don't they file the taxes for your parents instead of you?

They don't file your taxes. As per US law, they simply send a w9 to the IRS, which is just proof of earnings. Its up to internet marketers to file their own taxes as "self employed" if they earn more than $600 in a calendar year.
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2014-01-29, 07:41 AM,
#9
(2014-01-29, 07:21 AM)emaloy97 Wrote: They don't file your taxes. As per US law, they simply send a w9 to the IRS, which is just proof of earnings. Its up to internet marketers to file their own taxes as "self employed" if they earn more than $600 in a calendar year.

I know they don't personally file them for you but I'm pretty sure they would want you to submit the w9 under the same name as the one on your account.



(2014-01-29, 07:28 AM)ℛoyal Wrote: The problem I would have with that is some CPA Networks have problems with sending money to an individual not named as the account holder on the Network, so sending the money to the named account holder may not be in your benefit with regards to taxes.

I'm going to try to get some shit set up with my bank, which my account is joint owned with my guardians because I'm a minor, where I can get checks sent to me in my business name (still need to file forms for the business); that way I can file taxes as a business which would be easier than filing taxes individually for each network, website I own, etc.
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2014-01-29, 08:27 AM,
#10
I'm 15 and I already registered a CPA account , actually I'm not from the US , I'm from the Middle East.

What are they going to do?
Come to my home to check if it was right?

Just saying they won't care.
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