Another one of the highest paying and most popular dating affiliate programs is eHarmony, which is based on the actual earnings that can be made from each referred sale. Up to $188 can be made from a single sale. In general, the members at eHarmony are typically looking to find serious long term relationships, so many of them are willing to pay extra to find similar people.

The first step in understanding taxes for affiliate marketers is to understand how affiliate marketers are paid, and how that differs from the way most Americans are paid.  As an affiliate marketer, you are paid as what is known as a “1099 Contractor” for tax purposes.  This differs than say, a cashier at a grocery store, who is most likely treated as a “W-2 Employee”.  The key difference here is that contractors do not have any taxes withheld from their income by their employer (in this case, the affiliate network who writes your check), whereas the W-2 employee at a grocery store has the employee portion of payroll taxes withheld (Medicare and Social Security taxes, which amount to 7.65%), and another portion withheld for estimated federal and state income taxes, respectively.  Although it may seem favorable that 1099 Contractors don’t have these taxes withheld from their checks, they still inevitably do owe taxes on their earnings.  They are required to pay both the employer and employee portions of the Medicare and Social Security taxes in the form of a 15.3% “Self Employment Tax” and are required, in some cases, to make estimated tax payments to the IRS for their federal and state income taxes.  Paying the self employment tax and estimated taxes to the IRS is the most common misconception or oversight amongst affiliate marketers, and often leads to year end surprises.  To add an additional wrinkle, there is a common misunderstanding with respect to how taxes work for affiliate marketers operating as a sole proprietorship, LLC, or C-Corporation– which we will discuss next.
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