Did You Get Your Taxes From Google AdSense?

Jan 30, 2012 • 8:43 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdSense

Google AdSenseGoogle has begun sending out the 1099 tax forms to qualifying Google AdSense publishers last and this week.

A WebmasterWorld thread has some publishers claiming they have received theirs. Not every publisher gets one. You have to be U.S. resident, the income has to be paid to an individual and you have to earn over a certain threshold I believe.

Google has some of their AdSense tax information over here, if you are curious on the details.

Here is a sample 1099, and yea, I wish, of my earnings. :)

Google AdSense 1099

I mocked this up myself.

In any event, I hope your 1099 looks excellent for 2011!

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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NortheastUS Mustangs

01/30/2012 02:21 pm

Interesting! What happens if you don't receive one?


01/30/2012 11:54 pm

Got mine in the mail last week.  


01/31/2012 06:11 am

What's the minimum threshold?


02/14/2012 04:58 pm

I got one but I haven't used my adsense account in years... I don't even remember my account username.  How do I find out where my earnings went?  

Mr Andyfarrell

02/23/2012 08:36 pm

I did not get one yet, is this normal ? i got one form other web businesses but not from Ad-sense. 

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11/08/2013 02:16 pm

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