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PPCalc – PayPal Fee Calculator – Calculate Your PayPal Fees

Posted By Darren Rowse 21st of May 2006 Blogging Tools and Services 8

Ppcalc LogoIf you use Paypal and have ever wanted to calculate how much you’ll be paying in fees for different situations then you might be interested in PPCalc a PayPal Fee Calculator.

It also has a ‘reverse fee calculator’ which will tell you how much to ask for if you want to receive a certain amount. Very handy.

found via Lifehacker

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. Nice resource. Although the AdSense made me laugh: PayPal Sucks. :-)

  2. Thanks for this. It’s definitely something I could use.

  3. Unfortunately, PayPal has not yet started in Bangladesh and that is why I cannot use it. many websites are switching into Paypal and it is becoming a big problem for me to advance my freelance writing career.

  4. […] I found a very useful tool from a post at Problogger called PPCalc, this is a calculator where you can calculate your paypal fees. […]

  5. I Don’t think I will try this again..
    I closed my paypal account coz Paypal emailed me that there has been third party trying to access my account. I Don’t think it’s safe anymore.

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    Anyway, I would like to drop more something.:).People here are getting crazier… like me to earn bucks from adsense..So funny sometimes that people just keep onwhining without trying to make thier blog more adorable…:D some even just had 10 posts and some wont get 20 visits a day.

    Happy blogging!

  6. PayPal makes their own rules, and they are not bound by standard banking practices, so I wouldn’t trust them with large sums of cash.
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