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PayPal Calculator

May - 21 - 2006
Nicole C. Engard

At our library we’re trying to redesign our member database so that we can easily set the site up for e-commerce. We did a little research a while ago on which services to us and we found that PayPal would cost us the least in the long run – now there’s a handy tool (even though a calculator works just as well) to figure out what your PayPal fees will be. Take a look at the PPCalc. You can use it 2 ways. You can see how much you’ll get if a user pays you X amount – or you can see how much to charge in order for you to get X amount.

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