We believe that affiliates are an important part of reaching the people who need to learn about personal finance. Our goal is to create a program that supports and compensates our affiliates the best possible way.
We use Teachable.com to host our classes and manage our affiliate program.
Below are the details on how our program works. If you have questions or need help, please reach out to us at Linda@RealFamilyFinance.com.
Thank you for your interest in our Affiliate Program!
Our commission rate is 25%.
All sales and commissions are calculated in US Dollars.
You will earn commission on any courses your referral purchases from out Teachable school.
Commissions are officially earned as soon as a student pays us and the 30 money back day guarantee has expired. If a student pays is on a payment plan, the commission is earned as the payments are received.
We will do a live virtual event (FaceBook live or webinar) with you to launch the program.
Ongoing live events are availble upon request and depending on avialibity of our team.
You will receive monthly emails highlighting affiliate progress, student success stories, and access to content we may create to help with your conversions.
You will find your affiliate code on your Affiliate Dashboard in Teachable.
Teachable allows you to create a url with your cookie for any page you want to direct your users to. On your dashboard, there is an external link generator. If you enter the url of the page you want to direct customers to, then hit the “generate” button, the system will create a link, with your cookie embedded, that you can use to send your users.
Teachable has an FAQ article that you can review for more info on creating affiliate codes. There’s also lots of other great info in it about being an affiliate on the teachable platform.
On your affiliate dashboard, you always have access to reporting. You can see your sales, commission, etc, both current and historical.
For tax purposes you are an independent contractor, because the funds are paid by the student to Teachable, and then Teachable pays you.
If you don’t meet the $500 threshold, simply report your earnings as miscellaneous self-employment income when you file your taxes.
Shoot me an email at Linda@RealFamilyFinance.com and I’ll get you an answer.