Once you have successfully completed the registration process, and also with what will have been the two-step verification, the next thing you should do to publish a book on Amazon is to start with the configuration of your Kindle account.
When we talk especially about data configuration we are referring to the action of offering your residence data to the platform so that the platform allows you to add the collection methods and tax charges that will be applied according to where you reside.
Among the relevant data that you will be asked for in this section is all your information as an author, which you should not worry about. We know that many of these data are very specific, but they will be stored securely on the platform, and no one else will have access to them.
On the other hand, you will also be asked for your bank details in order to fulfill your billing and payment process. It should be noted that customers who buy your book through Kindle will be paying Amazon, and this will then be responsible for giving the profits to you.
At no time, and under no circumstances, your bank details will be left to the freedom of the people who are buying your book. And, no matter how hard they investigate, there is no way they will be able to get them.
Unless, of course, you have published them somewhere else.
As another important section of this step you will also be asked for information regarding tax units.
From there the process, in this case, will be completed and the system will give you a preview of the tax questionnaire you have filled out so that you can validate the data you provided.