| 4:57 pm on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)|
You need to talk to an accountant in the country where you reside. Someone might be able to answer your questions here, but I for one would definitely never trust any financial or tax information I got on a forum.
My websites are operational in other countries, but revenue is revenue; I am subject to the tax policies of my country and my state.
| 5:03 pm on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)|
Well, my question is from Google aspect.
Can I have a site in US and foreign tax id and foreign bank in Google?
Is it possible?
| 5:19 pm on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)|
My understanding, which may be imperfect, was that you just join the program in your own country rather than the one where the site is hosted. G will serve ads appropriate to the visitor's location not yours.
I am assuming that you want payment in your own currency and into a bank in your own country.
| 5:29 pm on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)|
My understanding, which may be imperfect, is that your country of domicile is all that matters. You would need to sign up to the adsense program in the country where you live. The ads that are served relate to the visitor's location not yours or the site's.
| 6:43 pm on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)|
I have done exactly what you described, but I created my account 10 years ago. A few years ago, they changed the dollar amounts to my local currency, but I'm still registered as an "individual" with no tax-payer ID associated with the account.
| 7:40 pm on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)|
Was your pay rate affected after change to your local currency?
| 8:17 pm on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)|
Nope. It was just a straight currency conversion.
I guess it makes sense, since it has to be converted by my bank anyway, but I do prefer to think in terms of dollars.