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Google Adsense New Payments History screen 2014

Google Adsense at the beginning of 2014 has migrated to the new online payment system, which you are watching in your Adsense Publisher Account Payments screen. When you see your transaction history there you can find all your balances prior to April 15 as Service Adjustments, and you can see the history of the Service Adjustments balance i.e. your Previous Payments by using the see your previous payments button available at the bottom of your new payment processing system.

Lean about new Google Adsense Payment History screen 2014
Google Adsense new Payments History screen migrated in 2014 April

For accessing the Payments History screen just login to your Adsense account. And the Payments link has been removed from Finalized earnings section so,

  1. In your Adsense Home screen click on Gear button in the top right corner of your Adsense Home Page.
  2. In the Dropdown menu select Payments menu.
  3. Then you can see your Payments History screen which is also termed as Transaction History screen.

The screen shows you the information about your Current Adsense Earnings Balance, Payee Name, Type Payment method, your minimum payment threshold and payment scheduled date if you configured.

Below that your earnings statement will be shown in table format. In this new payment system you filter the transactions based on the transaction type like Costs, Earning, Payments, Adjustments, or Taxes. As well exporting and printing the transaction report are added features in this migrated payment system.

And this is how we can filter our adsene earnings reports as well can export and even take the printout from the Adsense Account itself. Thanks to Google Adsense Team for designing this handful payments system.

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