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Bonanza Launches New Annual Sales Report Feature

Online marketplace Bonanza launched a new report for sellers to track their sales, fees, and expenses on an annual basis. The Yearly Sales Report includes sales, revenue, fees, and tax figures for the year, along with shipping costs and subscription fees Here’s an excerpt of the post on Bonanza announcing the new feature:

What is it? 
The yearly sales report shows your total Bonanza sales for a given calendar year. You can view current year-to-date sales for 2017, or complete sales from a previous calendar year.

Why did you make this? 
You asked, we answered! This was a highly requested feature by sellers, since it makes managing revenue and spending on Bonanza much easier.

How does it work? 
The “Total Sales & Revenue” section of the report offers a summary of the report. It includes an at-a-glance look at the following totals:

  • Sales. This count includes all offers made during the calendar year. This includes orders that were refunded or cancelled.
  • Revenue. This is the total amount earned from Bonanza sales during the calendar year.
  • Final value fees. This is the total amount of final value fees you paid to Bonanza during the calendar year.
  • Tax Collected. This is the total amount of taxes collected during the calendar year, based on the tax rules you’ve set up.

The “Business Services & Subscriptions” section lists additional fees for other Bonanza services that you might be paying for. It’s possible that you have no service or subscription charges, but if applicable, the following totals will be displayed here:

  • Shipping labels. This shows the total amount you paid to Bonanza for any shipping labels purchased.
  • Membership subscription. This shows the total amount you paid to Bonanza for your membership subscription.
  • Webstore subscription.This shows the total amount you paid to Bonanza for your Webstore subscription.
  • Background Burner Pro subscription. This shows the total amount you paid to Bonanza for your Background Burner Pro subscription.
  • TurboTraffic. This will show the total cost of any TurboTraffic packs purchased.

Below the Sales Report Summary, each month for the year will be individually displayed, allowing you to dig deep into your transactions for the month. The table for each month features the offer date and offer ID, with a link to the offer page.

The “Total Price” column shows the total amount paid by the buyer at the time of purchase. This is different from Final Offer Value, which is used to calculate your seller fees shown in the “Final Value Fee” column. To see more details about a transaction, view the offer page.

If you have set up tax rules, the “Tax Collected” column shows the tax for any qualifying offer. Tax is automatically included to the total price and paid directly to you, the seller. We recommend checking with your local legislation to determine when to charge tax and what the current tax rates for your location are. You can set up and manage tax rules by visiting your Payments & Purchases tab in your booth settings. Read more about setting up tax rules here.

How can I view my yearly sales report? 
You can access your yearly sales report by clicking “Yearly Sales” under the “Reports” tab of your Selling Dashboard.

Source: Bonanza Blog Post

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Ina Steiner is co-founder and Editor of EcommerceBytes and has been reporting on ecommerce since 1999. She's a widely cited authority on marketplace selling and is author of "Turn eBay Data Into Dollars" (McGraw-Hill 2006). Her blog was featured in the book, "Blogging Heroes" (Wiley 2008). Follow her on Twitter at @ecommercebytes and send news tips to ina@ecommercebytes.com.