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Add Stripe fees to Woocommerce reports

It would be great if we could have (optionally) Stripe fees into the Woocommerce reports. Something like this, but in the core plugin instead of a third party one: https://wordpress.org/plugins/woo-stripe-fee-in-report/

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Last updated: January 30, 2020

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  1. brian5e597bf8e0 says:

    I find it SILLY that we can’t get deposit reports by CC and by ACH with a fee total. This is basic accounting 101. Reconcile your deposits report needed.

  2. web47d685118f09 says:

    Yeah I still can not find this and its a core component of Australian law so I will be reporting this to fair trading and to the Consumer watchdog

  3. David Zupec says:

    Why are stripe fees still not implemented in the woocommerce reports?

  4. nutrisher says:

    Agree 100%

  5. dubkilla21 says:

    Add Stripe and other transaction (PayPal) fees to this please. This is a MAJOR requirement for e-commerce.

  6. BionicSquid says:

    It is unbelievable that a WooCommerce-developed plugin that makes it possible to take Stripe payments would omit transaction fees from WC reports. The Net column is meaningless for payments made via credit card if these fees aren’t factored in. This should be very high priority.

  7. FandangoWoo says:

    This would be just I need! Ideally it would filter by category too, you can see what the fees were for a particular category.

  8. Chris Denny says:

    and PayPal fees, too.

  9. Nigel Birch says:

    Important for working out cost of sales

  10. Mike Carnohan says:

    I second this…

    The data can be found in Payments > Transactions… but it would be much more useful for it to appear in the sales reports (Analytics) along side sales tax and shipping costs, as it is a fundamental value used by most of us for tax purposes (as transaction fees are tax deductible).