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Tad Crawford & Kay Murray, January 2003
Taxes 101: Basic Guidelines for Self-Publishing Beginners – Part I »

“To produce an income tax return that has any depth to it, any feeling,” author Frank Sullivan quipped, “one must have Lived–and Suffered.” The suffering stems not only from the necessity of giving hard-earned money to the government, but also from the nature of dealing with tax regulations. Because tax policy is one of the …

Pat Bell, December 2002
Untangling the Commission Confusion: An Interview with Jeff Peterson, Advantage Director at Amazon »

Question: A big question has come up from PMA members about Amazon.com’s policies on commissions for sales stemming from Advantage members’ or Associates’ sites. The Amazon.com rules state that commissions are “15% of Qualifying Revenues from the sale of each Individually Linked Book that, on the date of order, is listed in our catalog at …

Steve Carlson, June 2002
A 2002 Sales Tax Primer for U.S. Publishers »

PUBLISHED JUNE 2002 by Steve Carlson, President, Upper Access, Inc. — Although publishers collect sales taxes on only a small minority of sales, we have to know our state laws and regulations. Most of us register as tax collectors, file quarterly reports, and face penalties if we make a mistake. The rules are different in …

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