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    Don't have my W-9 on file with SAS yet. Can I still make sales?
    Hi,

    I haven't made a sale yet, but I am getting some hits. I haven't sent in my W-9 yet because I'm really wanting to see at least one sale before I bother. I know it sounds stupid, but I feel like I need to see at least one sale to make this all real in my head before going further.

    Also, If I make less than $600 in sales this year, will I even need to report it to the IRS? It seems like I've read something about that???

    Thank you.

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    You can make sales, just provide the form before collecting.

    Regarding the other, use the search function on this forum -- it has been discussed a lot.

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    TAX REPORTING REQUIREMENT

    United States Affiliates (individual/resident/corporation/business) must provide ShareASale with a completed W-9 Federal Tax form before ShareASale will issue a check to the Affiliate. ShareASale agrees to issue a 1099 to Affiliates only if they reach the maximum payout allowed under Federal tax law (currently $600 - 3/30/01). ShareASale will provide Affiliates with the necessary form.
    Continued Success,

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    Thanks guys!

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    And thank you for asking! I was wondering the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cents
    Also, If I make less than $600 in sales this year, will I even need to report it to the IRS? It seems like I've read something about that???
    If you earn less than $600, the network/merchant isn't required to report it to the IRS, but you are still required to claim it as income and pay taxes if any are due.
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