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Payments Summary

Statement View

This page summarizes your payment information which shows your current total balance, available funds, and recent payouts across all account types. It also allows you to get a breakdown of that balance in an account through a graph that shows the following:

  • Beginning Balance: The amount carried over from the previous settlement period including account level reserves and failed disbursements (if any).
  • Sales: The amount generated through your orders, consisting of:
    • Product Charges: Your price multiplied by the quantity sold.
    • Shipping: Collected from customers to cover shipment of orders.
    • Tax: Sales tax and regulatory fee amounts paid by customers, and paid to you to remit to the appropriate tax authority.
    • Promo Rebates: Charges for any promotion rebates.
    • Other: This includes, but is not limited to, FBA inventory reimbursements and gift wrap credits.
  • Refunds:
    • Refunded Expenses: The amount covering fees charged by Amazon and promo rebates.
    • Refunded Sales: The amount covering customer order payments such as product sales, shipping, gift wrap, concessions, and tax.
  • Expenses: Charges made to your account consisting of:
    • Amazon Fees: This includes, but is not limited to, referral fees, monthly professional selling fee (if applicable), FBA fulfillment fees, chargebacks for shipping, and gift wrap.
    • FBA Fees: This includes, but is not limited to non-order fees such as storage of inventory at our fulfillment centers, removal order, and reimbursement and balance adjustments.
    • Cost of Advertising: The cost incurred for advertising.
    • Other: Miscellaneous charges which can include coupon redemption fees and Amazon Lending payments.
  • Account Level Reserves: The amount of money that is reserved to ensure that you have enough funds to fulfill any claims or chargebacks. For more information, go to What is an account level reserve.

For additional in-depth analysis, you can navigate to the following pages:

  • Transaction View: This shows account transactions related to customer orders, refunds, and Amazon-initiated charges or credit. For more information, go to View Transactions.
  • Deferred Transactions: This shows transactions that will be paid out to you on a future date. Most transactions are deferred for some period of time before they are paid out. For more information, go to What is a deferred transaction.
  • Disbursements: This shows the amount paid out in each settlement period to your account and the status of your funds. This page also contains Settlement Reports. These reports provide information on all financial transactions for the settlement period, including customer orders, refunds, and Amazon-initiated charges or credit. For more information, go to Disbursement tracker.
  • Date Range Report: This generates individual transaction reports and summary reports for all transactions within a specified date range. For more information, go to Date range reports.
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