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Getting to know your Payouts Dashboard
Getting to know your Payouts Dashboard

Learn about how you can manage your payouts!

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Written by Pam
Updated over a week ago

Congratulations on all your successful transactions! Your next question might be: "When am I getting my payments in my bank account?"

You will be able to view your upcoming remittances, as well as your payouts history in your Payouts Dashboard. Also, you can generate payment reports for all your accounting needs. 🥳

Uh oh, I know it looks intimidating since it contains a lot of data but I know you'll get it!

On the first row, you'll be able to see 3 fields.

  • Upcoming Payout:

    • The soonest payout you should expect to be generated and received. It contains all the payments cleared on or before the payout date. Also known as your refundable balance.

    • You may check to see the summary of your payouts by clicking the blue "x transactions" below the total amount.

    • You can also check the number of payments within the payout!

  • Payout Generation Schedule:

    • When we'll generate your payouts.

  • Next Payout:

    • The payments are to be included in your next soonest payout (after your upcoming payout). Payments may be included here due to payment clearing.

    • Similar to the Upcoming Payouts card, you will be able to check the summary of the items on the payout card.

🤫 Quick Tip:

Upcoming Payout also refers to your refundable balance.

What's nice about the Payout History section is you get to click each payout to see a detailed version of it! You can also click on "Export to CSV" to get an excel file of your payouts.

We've even included columns that show the gross fees, net amount, fees, and withholding tax computation to help out with your accounting process.

I know what you are thinking, you want to learn more about the cut-off period (payments eligibility) and when you'll receive your payout. You can head on over to this article to learn more about it!

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