Q: How do I use this service?

A: Please download our app on the IOS & Android Store.

Q: As a Hair Specialist, would I have to pay any monthly or yearly subscription fees to use HairAppo?

A: HairAppo is free to use, we only make money when you make money. You are displayed in our platform for free, and there is no monthly or or yearly subscription charge.

Q: How do I become a Specialist?

A: Please sign up by downloading the app. Please make sure to sign up as a Specialist & not as a user. We'll get a notification from our end that you registered. We'll reach out to you within 24-48 hours to verify a few things so you can get started.

Q: How does HairAppo make money? How much of a cut, (percentage), do you take from each booking from me (the hair specialist)?

A: You take 80% per booking. We take only 20% per booking.

Q: Will I, Service Provider, receive a tax form during the end or the beginning of the new year?

A: Every year, the United States IRS requires that US companies that process payments, which includes HairAppo, to issue a form called a 1099-K for each HairAppo account that meets all of the following criteria in the previous calendar year: • Account is based in the United States (Owners do not need to be US citizens.) AND • More than $20,000 USD in total gross volume AND • More than 200 Processed Bookings The 1099-K is a purely informational form that summarizes the sales activity of your account and is designed to assist you in reporting your taxes. It is provided to you and the IRS, as well as some US states. If you are a Connect platform looking for information on how 1099s are issued to managed accounts, please visit this link. Massachusetts and Vermont recently changed their 1099-K requirements for the 2018 tax year. HairAppo will provide a 1099-K form to accounts based in Massachusetts or Vermont who have $600 USD or more in total gross volume. All 1099-Ks that meet the IRS reporting threshold of $20,000 USD in total gross volume and 200 charges will be filed with the IRS. Any 1099-Ks with gross amounts below the IRS’s $20,000 threshold, that were delivered due to the change in state requirements, will only be filed with Massachusetts and Vermont. Learn more about these recent changes by visiting the taxing authority websites for Massachusetts and Vermont.

Regardless of whether or not you receive a 1099, you still need to report all income made on the HairAppo platform when filing your taxes. If you need help determining how much you’ve made within the year, you can refer back to the transaction page after logging in.

If you have any additional questions, please email us at info@HairAppo.com or text us at (201) 468-0463‬ for customer support.