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How much money can you make from surveys?

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#1 by ClaraOli » Fri May 04, 2018 08:48

Hey guys, I am new here and I was wondering how much money can you make here? Is it legal? Do you have to pay taxes? And what I should know in general before I start doing them.
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#2 by jjohnson777 » Fri May 04, 2018 09:09

I made $10 one day from single person under me which means they earned $50. This was in a few hours time. They were German too.
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#3 by tasman1 » Fri May 04, 2018 17:03

It all depend on You , how much time you ready to spend here
Can you earn some money here ? Yes You can

Taxes ? depend on you place of living ...or ability to lie to govt :mrgreen:
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#4 by rpdesign » Fri May 04, 2018 22:45

pay tax for earning income online? nahhhh ...never heard of such need ... all goes into my wallet ...and mostly for more coffee! :lol:
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#5 by loveminions » Fri May 04, 2018 23:06

rpdesign wrote: pay tax for earning income online? nahhhh ...never heard of such need ... all goes into my wallet ...and mostly for more coffee! :lol:

In the US you do have to pay Taxes on it....but you're from Germany so you should ask in the german Forum they should be able to tell you.
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#6 by tasman1 » Fri May 04, 2018 23:42

loveminions wrote:
rpdesign wrote: pay tax for earning income online? nahhhh ...never heard of such need ... all goes into my wallet ...and mostly for more coffee! :lol:

In the US you do have to pay Taxes on it....but you're from Germany so you should ask in the german Forum they should be able to tell you.



One must pay tax in any country ,,,,,but....... yeah , you know ,, uh , what to tell you
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#7 by walamagawa » Sat May 05, 2018 00:02

rpdesign wrote: pay tax for earning income online? nahhhh ...never heard of such need ... all goes into my wallet ...and mostly for more coffee! :


I made over $ 1700 last year I paid 25% for taxes
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#8 by rpdesign » Sat May 05, 2018 07:05

loveminions wrote:
rpdesign wrote: pay tax for earning income online? nahhhh ...never heard of such need ... all goes into my wallet ...and mostly for more coffee! :lol:

In the US you do have to pay Taxes on it....but you're from Germany so you should ask in the german Forum they should be able to tell you.

me from Germany???? yikes!!!! u must have failed your geography!!! :lol: :lol:

and NO ... we dont hv to pay tax for such freelance work. after all, its way below taxable rate too... nothing to declare to the our IRS :D
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#9 by valerie » Sat May 05, 2018 08:42

You would need to know your own country rules regarding tax earnings.

In the USA there is various amounts before you must pay the government tax.
For example if you are a USA resident and you make less than $600 in ClixSense
for the entire year, you may not need to report it. Also in the USA there is
those that are retired on retirement income that may not receive or make enough
to report it. In addition there are those that are receiving disability payments and
here again, may not need to report it. If you work online as a business, you may
need to report your earnings but that is here again, based on the amount you earn.
There is also business spending in which you may either gain cash back or not need
to pay in much. ClixSense will send the earning amount you made for the year IF
you made over $600. Since ClixSense is a USA business, you would need to know
the tax rules in your own country. ClixSense is not responsible for anyone's tax's
here except their own.
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#10 by rpdesign » Sat May 05, 2018 09:05

TALKING ABOUT PAYING TAX .... if u dont wanna pay, move to Brunei ... Malaysia neighbor ..... NO INCOME TAX at all....everything about services is free (education, hospital, etc) :thumbup:

BUT ...beware of their Syraiah law!!! :lol:
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#11 by ClaraOli » Fri May 11, 2018 09:15

The thing is that in my current contract it is written that I cannot work anywhere else. Of course, I don't think I can make enough money to leave off of that, so I was wondering whether a conflict may occur, what do you think?
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#12 by alfamart » Fri May 11, 2018 09:43

ClaraOli wrote: The thing is that in my current contract it is written that I cannot work anywhere else. Of course, I don't think I can make enough money to leave off of that, so I was wondering whether a conflict may occur, what do you think?

the point is, yes you can earn money here
and you don't need to pay any tax
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#13 by True-Democracy » Sat May 12, 2018 19:07

ClaraOli wrote: The thing is that in my current contract it is written that I cannot work anywhere else. Of course, I don't think I can make enough money to leave off of that, so I was wondering whether a conflict may occur, what do you think?

I have earned for almost 10 years lot's of extra cash everywhere i could online and never have, or even considered paying a single penny to taxes. The day i do, will be when hell freezes over. :mrgreen:
You just have to be carefull how much money you officially receive into your bank account and how much money you successfully funnel around the bank account, like online wallets or gift coupons and such. Be smart and don't pay tax, think only about yourselfs and not the rich.
I never gotten into any trouble because they never found out, and why tell them about it ? Makes no sense to let them know you're earning extra money online if they take some of it away later.
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#14 by ClaraOli » Tue May 22, 2018 07:59

I see... well thank you for the information. So how do you receive the money? Is it coupons or cash and does it work with PayPal?
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#15 by kittyloki » Fri Jun 01, 2018 17:46

I've had a membership here for a few years. I didn't get "serious" about earning morning until the last 2 years. It's helping me pay for college. When I'm in serious mode I make $5 a day. I'm a housewife who goes to school parttime. It's worth the time to me.
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