I need some guidance here as well, this will be a very intresting topic.
I believe if you incorporate one of your sites, that will work. It then becomes it's own legal entity, separate from you. It will even have its own bank account, and so on.
Incorporation is expensive, and there is a lot of paperwork to keep up on.
Once you have incorporated, you then apply for a new account. And so on.
That's my understanding, anyway.
I think apply through another family member of yours.
I've sent them a mail. I'll keep in touch.
whatever you do you need to get "written permission from google" to operate multiple accounts.
I wrote to them a while back with this question.
There answer was pretty simple - as long as the payee is different on both checks/payments, then having sep accounts is fine.
So it could have the same address? Just needs different name and tax #?
They don't know my tax number. Well.. I will start another bank account on my business name.
Smart pricing is killing my other site :)
Will be interested to see if just splitting it up makes a difference.
If you can manage it, might be good not to tamper with either site for a bit when you split them up.
Would be good to know for sure if there is any real impact.
|Incorporation is expensive, and there is a lot of paperwork to keep up on. |
<not advice, see your accountant or laywer>
Not sure how the google rules apply, but if separate entities are needed, one thing to consider which is significantly easier than corporations is using LLC's.
For example, Parent LLC which owns Single Member LLC1, Single Member LLC2, etc...
For tax purposes the single members role into Parent and you only have one tax return - Parent LLC.
</not advice, see your accountant or laywer>
and be carefull where you incorporate your llc ..the rules are not the same all over
About a year ago, I emailed AdSense and asked if I could open a second account. My reason was there were some ads I wanted to block for one site but not block from another site. I received a quick response giving approval.