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Accounting - Monthly Statement

An overview of all orders, sales, fees and commissions based on the order date.

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Written by Björn Blankenhagen
Updated over a week ago

In general, under the “Reports” heading, a distinction is made between the following menu items:

a) Monthly statement: All bookings are shown at transaction level in this summary in booking date order and grouped by calendar month.

b) Statements: PDF archive of invoices which you receive monthly from bookingkit

c) Statistics

Important note on the ‘Monthly statement’ view:

Please note that this view is for information purposes only and should never be used for a monthly accounting closing. Instead, you can find out how to prepare bookkeeping and accounting using bookingkit here.

This summary shows all bookings at transaction level with the following details in booking date order and grouped by calendar month:

  • (Booking) date

  • Channel -> online or offline booking, cancellation

  • Payment method -> will also be displayed in text form by moving the mouse

  • Bookingkit fee -> 0.50 Euros booking fee per participant

  • Fee Payment -> percentage fee (amount of the fee depens on your rate)

  • Commission -> the relevant marketing channel will also be displayed in text form by moving the mouse

  • Revenue

All fees listed are always exclusive of VAT.

Why are orders with the ‘SEPA’ payment method listed twice?

Orders with the SEPA payment method are listed twice in the monthly statement. The reason for this is that the payment is only received on your Stripe wallet a few days later. Only then can the online payment fee be deducted.

  • 1x without turnover at the time of the order (calculation of ticket and booking fee)

  • 1x with turnover at the time of crediting your Stripe Wallet. (calculation of the online payment fee)

Besides that you may also issue an export of the monthly statement. You can choose between an Excel-. CSV- or PDF-file. If you create the file as CSV these guidelines will show you, for instance, how to put the content into table form using the 'Text in columns' function.

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