When comparing your Profit & Loss report to the Profitability reports for the same timeframe, you will likely see numbers that do not match up. This is because the reports take into account different data to get their totals and are intended to serve different purposes.
The Profitability reports track your Sales and Refund data for the timeframe being viewed for the purpose of using these reports to help determine good buys.
The Profit & Loss report tracks all of your Amazon-related income and expenses for the given timeframe to help see the overall profitability of your business.
Examples of data tracked on your P&L that is not tracked on your Profitability reports include:
- Removals, Disposals & Liquidations
- Overhead fees (such as inbound shipping fees, storage fees, subscription fees, etc.)
- Manually added Other Expense entries
- Manually added Other Income entries
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