Saturday, 29 March 2014

So, you've signed that contract for your novel ...

So, you have been lucky enough to have signed a good contract for you novel. If your publishing company is in the U.S there are some important points about Tax that you need to know.

Check out this very helpful post from author Daniel Kaye on .

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About Daniel Kaye:

DANIEL KAYE  grew up in London but now works and lives in Charleville, Co. Cork. He has been writing for a number of years and has been published in numerous anthologies both in Ireland and the USA. Daniel's first novel I, Vladimir is due for release from Gentry Publishing in autumn 2014. He is currently working on his second novel, Anonymous Jack.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing this, Marie. The only bit of advice I would add to this is to apply for your ITIN as soon as you can. It can take a few weeks to come through, and it's best to have it in place before any royalties are paid to you. Trying to claim back taxes afterwards my prove harder to do in the long run.
    Thanks again, Marie.