01-20-2022 10:13 PM
any australian Instructor that can tell me if they clicked yes or no on the Special Rates and Conditions page for the tax form??
Reading through it I think its a no but because Udemy put a note up saying our income would be classified as Royalties which may be special conditions?
I also found out that the tax form I would need to use to file income tax in 2022 Form 1042-S (and not W8BEN) and under that form they also list royalties
so I am confused...
any info would be appreciated
02-02-2023 04:02 AM
Did you find your answer? I have the same question. Thank you
02-02-2023 01:30 PM
Hi, no I haven't, my daughter who lives in the US looked into it for me and thinks we have to click no, I haven't registered yet as I find earning $10 on a course that I have to pay tax on or at least file a tax return in the US as well as dealing with the Tax system here is not worth it
02-03-2023 05:31 AM
Thank you for your response. It is not a straightforward process. That is for sure. I am still working on it. Mike
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