YouTube Taxation in Australia?

Hello, I m currently 13 and making a half decent amount of money on youtube monthly on an average of $60 AUD.

I m partnered with a YouTube network that goes under the name of "Scalelab" and my main question is; do YouTube Networks handle taxation for you? If ScaleLab doesn t, what networks do?

Thank you

Hello, I m currently 13 and making a half decent amount of money on youtube monthly on an average of $60 AUD.

I m partnered with a YouTube network that goes under the name of "Scalelab" and my main question is; do YouTube Networks handle taxation for you? If ScaleLab doesn t, what networks do?

Thank you for any help in advance.

Other answer:

Tony:
hey, networks on youtube would take part of your monthly revenue. Some take a lower % and some take a higher %. depends what network your with. Youtube already takes like %20 of what you actually make on youtube, so if i were you i probably wouldn't even be on a network right now. a lot of people regret it , luckily soon youtube will be realising this new rule that anyone assigned with a network can get out of it at anytime. If your able to get out of it now, i would probably recommend it. I know it might have some good ways to make your channel better but at the moment, you should try and learn to create everything yourself. like you said your only 13 so you have heaps of time for learning and improving. Also by not being with a network you will get more money than if you were in one. So yeah basically youtube already taxes you 20% of what u ACTUALLY earn. but dont worry, lets say it shows on your little analytics box that u made $60. that is the money you made with already being taxed. so what you see is basically what u get because youtube taxes it without you seeing. But if you look more further into your analytics section you will see in some sections that youtube does tax you. but i wouldn't worry to much about it. so yeah youtube tax's you and then if your with a network they get a % of your revenue. If you can try not to get in a network or get out if it if you can. but if u want to continue with the network or trying to find some good ones, iv heard freedom is an alright one, But even if you search up "youtube networks" on youtube, big you tubers will talk about some that you might be interested in. Hope this helps!
Epicurean:
Income below 18,200 a year is not taxable in Australia
Shazy:
Amazing! The law states that children under 15years old, do not work!
Wow! You are pretty clever!
Good on ya!
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