Trina found it easy enough to say what would be taxable by most people in this article. She just doesn’t go into which of the drop-down options were ‘taxable in most states’ - emphasis on most because Trina seemed to find the information pertinent when writing that article, and rightly so: most people, myself included, have dozens of patrons.
I’m not asking about one particular location or one particular patron and whether their pledge will be taxable. I’m asking about the overall situation for the drop-down options I mentioned in the opening post of this thread. I don’t believe that that information is not available to Patreon - after all, they put the drop-down list items there so that they could assess which pledges are taxable and which are not.