TAXES (Dun, Dun, Dunnnnnn)
2014-07-31, 02:01 AM,
#1
So...Taxes.

Do you guys pay taxes for the money you make from CPA?
Anyone here from the US and use CPAGRIP and pay taxes?

How much do you pay? I've never paid taxes before so I'm really confused on how I'm supposed to do this.

Also, is there anyway to avoid paying taxes on CPA money?
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2014-07-31, 02:02 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-07-31, 02:03 AM by 1MMigos.)
#2
Never paid taxes for my CPA income :) And I'm not really looking further to do it.

I don't think romanian government really knows what CPA is and how it works lol
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Cooper(2014-07-31 02:06 AM) 
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2014-07-31, 02:06 AM,
#3
(2014-07-31, 02:02 AM)Migos Wrote: Never paid taxes for my CPA income :) And I'm not really looking further to do it.

I don't think romanian government really knows what CPA is and how it works lol

Thanks for the reply! I'm particularly asking people who live in the US.
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2014-07-31, 02:07 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2014-07-31, 02:07 AM by Niki.)
#4
I'm taking money via Payoneer now so i'm not paying any taxes. I've taken couple thousands via Wire im so fucked if the tax comes for that.

Not from the US tho..
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Cooper(2014-07-31 02:08 AM) 
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2014-07-31, 02:15 AM,
#5
Nope, no taxes, if you use payoneer you won't have to worry about them.
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2014-07-31, 02:15 AM,
#6
I'd like to know the answer to this as well :)
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2014-07-31, 02:19 AM,
#7
(2014-07-31, 02:15 AM)Fridge Wrote: Nope, no taxes, if you use payoneer you won't have to worry about them.

Do you live in the US? I am currently using Paypal because it's easier for me.
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2014-07-31, 02:25 AM,
#8
(2014-07-31, 02:19 AM)Cooper Wrote:
(2014-07-31, 02:15 AM)Fridge Wrote: Nope, no taxes, if you use payoneer you won't have to worry about them.

Do you live in the US? I am currently using Paypal because it's easier for me.

Not really but the taxing system works pretty much the same way here, if I'd use my bank account I'd have to pay a pretty big amount of taxes, you can withdraw directly to payoneer or you can withdraw to paypal and then to your payoneer mastercard but that wouldn't be pointless.
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Cooper(2014-07-31 02:27 AM) 
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2014-07-31, 02:29 AM,
#9
(2014-07-31, 02:25 AM)Fridge Wrote:
(2014-07-31, 02:19 AM)Cooper Wrote:
(2014-07-31, 02:15 AM)Fridge Wrote: Nope, no taxes, if you use payoneer you won't have to worry about them.

Do you live in the US? I am currently using Paypal because it's easier for me.

Not really but the taxing system works pretty much the same way here, if I'd use my bank account I'd have to pay a pretty big amount of taxes, you can withdraw directly to payoneer or you can withdraw to paypal and then to your payoneer mastercard but that wouldn't be pointless.
Damn, Only thing is that Uncle Sam in the US takes money no matter what. I don't want to get in trouble but I want to avoid it
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2014-07-31, 03:12 AM,
#10
I would just do some research about the taxes, You don't want them to caught you and then be fined.
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Cooper(2014-07-31 03:33 AM) 

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