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Payment providers like PayPal will have to start reporting as of January 1, 2011. Happy New Year from our leaders!Posted Thursday, September 16, 2010, at 9:38 PM
All payment providers like PayPal, Google Checkout, etc will have to start reporting your transactions to the IRS if your transactions total over $20,000 AND receive more than 200 payments in a year's time.
Find more information at paypal.com/irs
I would bet all the payment services will have a similar information page. We are signed up for others but have never been paid through them so no need to check them our closer at the moment.
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