Google AdSense Publishers Receiving Tax Benefits from PSAs

May 25, 2004 - 2:33 pm 0 by
Filed Under Google AdSense

Why not? Why shouldn't the AdSense publisher who serves up PSAs involuntarily be rewarded with a tax benefit.

That is what this post at DigitalPoint Forum gets into.

- You have 1000 visitors to my site per day.

- You make $10 per day on Adsense.

- $10/$1000 = Each visitor is worth .01 to your bottom line.

- On a given day, you show 100 public service ads. This means that I should be able to write $1.00 on my taxes due to my charitable contributions that I have made by allowing the public service ads of the non-profits be shown. It is similar to donating services.

This tax benefit could ad up on a site that show hundreds of thousands or millions of ad impressions per year.


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