No. Taxes account for the year where the sale took place. If you have sales in January 2017, the payments and tax reporting for these sales will be for 2017. If you made a sale in January 2017, then you wouldn't see it in your 2016 reporting. Likewise, if you made that sale in January 2017, it would be accounted for 2017 numbers and a form for 2017 would be sent after the year concludes.
Articles in this section
- International Taxes (English)
- Impuestos internacionales (Spanish)
- Are royalties subject to taxes?
- Do I need to submit my tax information to receive payment?
- Why does Symphonic require tax forms to be completed?
- Who else has these regulations and requires these forms?
- What Is An EIN?
- Do I need a EIN or ITIN?
- How do I apply for an EIN or TIN?
- What is a W8-BEN?