As a freelancer this is one of the things I usually need to do when setting up quotes for clients. In this post I will list just a few Paypal fee calculators that I think are worthy of you using when you wish to price your services accurately.

It is fair to mention that though I have used one of these calculators quite a bit and it is usually right, there are sometimes where it’s off by a few cents.

No I do not blame the calculators, I blame Paypal. According to Paypal my transaction fee is 5.4% + 30c (WOW RIGHT?). I use this to make calculations and I am still sometimes cheated!

I will start with the best fee calculator I have come across so far:

#1. Paypal Calculator from Cloth Nappy TreeĀ 

How To Calculate Paypal Fees On Transactions

This calculator lets you quickly choose your region/currency then automatically generates the fee. What makes it also great is that it lets you edit that fee just incase they might be wrong.

 

#2 Paypal Fee Calculator from salecalc.com

This calculator lets you do many of what the previously mentioned one does but also has a few other calculators such as Amazon, Ebay, Etsy etc. which you could use.

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As a freelancer this is one of the things I usually need to do when setting up quotes for clients. In this post I will list just a few Paypal fee calculators that I think are worthy of you using when you wish to price your services accurately. It is...
As a freelancer this is one of the things I usually need to do when setting up quotes for clients. In this post I will list just a few Paypal fee calculators that I think are worthy of you using when you wish to price your services accurately. It is fair to mention that though I have used one of these calculators quite a bit and it is usually right, there are sometimes where it's off by a few cents. No I do not blame the calculators, I blame Paypal. According to Paypal my transaction fee is 5.4% + 30c (WOW RIGHT?). I use this to make calculations and I am still sometimes cheated! I will start with the best fee calculator I have come across so far: <h2>#1. <a href="http://www.clothnappytree.com/ppcalculator/" target="_blank">Paypal Calculator from Cloth Nappy TreeĀ </a></h2> <img class="alignnone wp-image-556" src="https://res.cloudinary.com/tutbakery/image/upload/bo_2px_solid_rgb:000/v1462720752/article%20images/ppcalc.png" alt="How To Calculate Paypal Fees On Transactions" width="1077" height="537" /> This calculator lets you quickly choose your region/currency then automatically generates the fee. What makes it also great is that it lets you edit that fee just incase they might be wrong.   <h2><a href="https://salecalc.com/paypal">#2 Paypal Fee Calculator from salecalc.com</a></h2> <img class="alignnone wp-image-557" src="https://res.cloudinary.com/tutbakery/image/upload/bo_2px_solid_rgb:000/v1462721092/article%20images/salecalc.png" alt="" width="1246" height="596" /> This calculator lets you do many of what the previously mentioned one does but also has a few other calculators such as Amazon, Ebay, Etsy etc. which you could use.
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