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Google AdSense is seemingly reporting higher payouts to the IRS than what it actually compensated users

Google AdSense is seemingly reporting higher payouts to the IRS than what it actually remunerated users

At the end of each year, Google mails out 1099-misc tax forms for everyone who earns money from Adsense — including to 9to5Google, just like most publications on the web. This year, though, Google is apparently reporting incorrect amounts to the IRS than they actually paid out…

As first noticed by Artem Russakovskii from Android-Police, the 1099-misc tax forms that Google is mailing to users right now is reporting amount that was expected each month, not actual amount paid out after deducting the unacceptable traffic. Not only did Google not pay Adsense users that amount, but it has also already reported the higher income to the IRS.
Throughout each month, those who use Adsense can see an estimated amount that they make in a single day and over the period of a month. At the end of every month, Google deducts a certain amount from that estimates based on something it