YouTube content creators outside the U.S. to start paying taxes in the U.S.

Google this month asked YouTube content creators to submit their tax information in AdSense. Content creators may have to pay 30% in taxes over the revenue generated in the U.S.

Google this month announced that creators outside of the U.S. may begin to have taxes deducted from their U.S. earnings. It means that earnings from viewers in the U.S. through ad views, YouTube Premium, Super Chat, Super Stickers, and Channel Memberships, would start to be deducted directly by Google.

Until now, YouTube creators outside the U.S. had to …

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