YouTube provides “Estimated Earnings” in YouTube Analytics, but it doesn’t tell you how much money you’ve earned since your last payout nor how much money YouTube still owes you. To find that number, you have to go to your Adsense account, choose a date range, and deduct 16-18% from the total earnings. The number you get is approximately how much money you can expect to be deposited into your bank account as a result of the activity on your YouTube account during the selected date range.
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