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What is the easiest way to calculate fees?

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited"
  2. Change the column format to Accounting by:
    1. Highlighting the entire Excel column where your fees are listed (click the very top cell of the column where the column letter is located). The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click with your mouse on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the category window and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
    5. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column and press the Auto Sum button on the Excel Formatting bar (located under the main menu bar). The Auto Sum feature looks like a sideways letter M and is located to the right of the Insert Hyperlink button.
    6. Verify the sum action for the current highlighted column by pressing the Enter key on your keyboard. You fees total will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited"
  2. Change the column format to Accounting by:
    1. Highlighting the entire Excel column where your fees are listed (click the very top cell of the column where the column letter is located). The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click with your mouse on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the category window and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
    5. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column and press the Auto Sum button on the Excel Formatting bar (located under the main menu bar). The Auto Sum feature looks like a sideways letter M and is located to the right of the Insert Hyperlink button.
    6. Verify the sum action for the current highlighted column by pressing the Enter key on your keyboard. You fees total will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

Alternatively, you can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.


Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.
  4. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

Please note:

  • There’s no fee to send a detailed payment request or a payment request. PayPal charges a fee to receive payments after sending a payment request or detailed payment request using the Request Payments page.
  • The fee is 1.20 ISL plus 2.4% - 3.4% of the amount received and is taken from that amount.
  • For more information, click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal webpage.
  • PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

You can have your eBay seller fees paid automatically each month or you can make a one-time payment.


To set up automatic payments:

  1. Go to eBay and log in to your account.
  2. Click My eBay at the top of the page.
  3. Click Account.
  4. Click the Seller Account link.
  5. Click Sign Up Today under eBay Seller Fees.
  6. Log in to your eBay account again if prompted.
  7. Click Continue to be redirected to PayPal.
  8. Follow the steps to finish signing up for automatic payments.

To make a one-time payment:

  1. Log in to your eBay account.
  2. Click My eBay at the top of the page.
  3. Click Seller Accountunder Account.
  4. Click one-time payment in the eBay Seller Fees section.
  5. Follow the steps to complete your payment using PayPal.

Please note that you can also use your eBay Gift Certificate to pay for your eBay seller fees. After clicking the Pay button, log in and select your eBay Gift Certificate.

To contact eBay Customer Support regarding your eBay fees, click eBay Help or go to your local eBay site.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited"
  2. Change the column format to Accounting by:
    1. Highlighting the entire Excel column where your fees are listed (click the very top cell of the column where the column letter is located). The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click with your mouse on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the category window and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
    5. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column and press the Auto Sum button on the Excel Formatting bar (located under the main menu bar). The Auto Sum feature looks like a sideways letter M and is located to the right of the Insert Hyperlink button.
    6. Verify the sum action for the current highlighted column by pressing the Enter key on your keyboard. You fees total will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited"
  2. Change the column format to Accounting by:
    1. Highlighting the entire Excel column where your fees are listed (click the very top cell of the column where the column letter is located). The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click with your mouse on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the category window and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
    5. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column and press the Auto Sum button on the Excel Formatting bar (located under the main menu bar). The Auto Sum feature looks like a sideways letter M and is located to the right of the Insert Hyperlink button.
    6. Verify the sum action for the current highlighted column by pressing the Enter key on your keyboard. You fees total will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited"
  2. Change the column format to Accounting by:
    1. Highlighting the entire Excel column where your fees are listed (click the very top cell of the column where the column letter is located). The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click with your mouse on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the category window and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
    5. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column and press the Auto Sum button on the Excel Formatting bar (located under the main menu bar). The Auto Sum feature looks like a sideways letter M and is located to the right of the Insert Hyperlink button.
    6. Verify the sum action for the current highlighted column by pressing the Enter key on your keyboard. You fees total will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited"
  2. Change the column format to Accounting by:
    1. Highlighting the entire Excel column where your fees are listed (click the very top cell of the column where the column letter is located). The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click with your mouse on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the category window and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
    5. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column and press the Auto Sum button on the Excel Formatting bar (located under the main menu bar). The Auto Sum feature looks like a sideways letter M and is located to the right of the Insert Hyperlink button.
    6. Verify the sum action for the current highlighted column by pressing the Enter key on your keyboard. You fees total will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited"
  2. Change the column format to Accounting by:
    1. Highlighting the entire Excel column where your fees are listed (click the very top cell of the column where the column letter is located). The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click with your mouse on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the category window and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
    5. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column and press the Auto Sum button on the Excel Formatting bar (located under the main menu bar). The Auto Sum feature looks like a sideways letter M and is located to the right of the Insert Hyperlink button.
    6. Verify the sum action for the current highlighted column by pressing the Enter key on your keyboard. You fees total will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited."
  2. Change the column format to Accounting. Here's how:
    1. Select the column where your fees are listed by clicking the letter at the top of the column. The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the ‘Category’ list, and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
  3. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column, then click the Auto Sum button on the right side of the tool bar.
  4. Press the Enter key to complete the sum action. Your total fees will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

One of the easiest ways to calculate PayPal fees paid for the year is to input your fee deductions into Microsoft Excel by following these steps:

  1. Download your transaction history for the year and import it into Microsoft Excel. Make sure to download your history as "Comma" or "Tab Delimited."
  2. Change the column format to Accounting. Here's how:
    1. Select the column where your fees are listed by clicking the letter at the top of the column. The entire column should be highlighted.
    2. Right click on the highlighted area and select Format Cells.
    3. Select Number and then Accounting in the ‘Category’ list, and select 2 decimal points.
    4. Click OK.
  3. Click on the empty cell under the last amount in the Fee column, then click the Auto Sum button on the right side of the tool bar.
  4. Press the Enter key to complete the sum action. Your total fees will be calculated and entered into the cell you clicked on in Step 5.

 

Note: PayPal cannot help you with any issues regarding Microsoft Excel.

 

How do I find the fees I am being charged?

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

There’s no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:

  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

You can see your fees in your transaction history. Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History 'at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click 'History' at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click 'Fees' at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History at the top of the page.
  3. See the Fee column in your activity list.

Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for more information.

 

Does it cost money to open a PayPal account?
There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account or purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.  

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

  

There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to add funds from a bank account in the U.S to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments for goods and services from people in other countries.
For more details on fees, please click on Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page.
 There's no charge to open a PayPal account or purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.  

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

 There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

For more information about fees, see the PayPal User Agreement or fee matrix.

There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as:
  • Receiving payments for goods and services.
  • Receiving payments from friends and family made using a debit or credit card.
  • Receiving payments from people in other countries.

See the User Agreement for more details on fees.

There's no charge to open a PayPal account.

There are fees in other cases, such as receiving payment for goods and services.

To find out more about our fees, click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal web page.