Earned vs. Deposited Balance - What's The Difference?

On your Finance tab, you will see two different balances: Earned and Deposited. Below you will find a description of each of these balances and their purposes in the platform. 

Earned Balance

Your Earned balance will reflect all the money you have earned within the platform. These are the funds that are available for you to cash out to your PayPal account. If you are on a Basic or Pro plan, and you have funds in your Earned balance, your plan subscription fees will be removed from this balance even if you have a credit card on file or funds in your Deposited balance. 

Your Earned balance is also visible on your dashboard under the green Balance button.

When you want to withdraw funds from your account in the platform click on the Withdrawal button next to your Earned balance or the green Balance button. If you click on the Deposit button next to your Deposited balance you will be adding money to your account.

Deposited Balance

Your Deposited balance will reflect all the money you have Deposited into the Marketplace. When you Deposit funds into your account you will see this reflected in your Deposited balance. Unlike your Earned balance your Deposited balance can only be viewed from your Finance dashboard and cannot be withdrawn once it has been added to your account. If you do not have a credit card on file, your Deposited balance can be used to cover your plan subscription fees. 

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