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    Does anyone know about "nexus tax states"
    I don't know much about the policy in U.S. so I googled it.

    I guess it means that if I had bussiness in a particular state while my company is in another, I'll have to pay tax to the former state?

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    Well, another question.

    Why Affiliates love long cookie?

    For example, I guid a coustomer to a mechent who use 60 days cookie, then I can benefit from whatever this coustomer buy in this 60 days, is it?

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    Thanks in advance.

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    There's a whole section within ABestWeb discussing Affiliate Nexus laws and taxes. Those posts should answer your questions.

    There are also lots of posts about cookie length, but yes, the basics are that if a customer clicks through to a merchant via your link, you would get credit for sales from that customer during the cookie period, usually provided you are the last click.
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