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Last modified: July 17, 2024

Detailed earnings report


The detailed earnings report provides a line-per-line export of items purchased through your dispensary. It includes transaction dates, patient details, SKUs, selling and retail prices, purchased quantities, and recommending practitioners. 

Like any of your reports, this export can serve as a starting point for analyzing your sales activity and allocating earnings to staff in your dispensary. Once downloaded, you can edit and manipulate the file as needed; the original version will always be available to download again from your reports page.


Dispensary owners will always have access to view and download reports. Grant reporting access to additional practitioners and staff from the Permissions tab in your Dispensary Settings.

Downloading the detailed earnings report

This report and other financial reports are only available after your first successful payout.

To download the detailed earnings report: 

  1. Select your name or avatar to open the practitioner menu, then click Financial reports. On mobile devices, select the menu ( ), followed by your name or avatar, then tap Financial reports.
    Selecting financial reports from the practitioner menu.
  2. Scroll to the Detailed earnings report heading.
    Scroll down to see the Detailed Earning Export report.

  3. Select a year from the drop-down menu.
  4. Select CSV for an unformatted comma-separated values file that is compatible with other reporting/analytics software, or select Excel to download a formatted .xslx file.

Report column headings and definitions

The table below outlines column headings and their descriptions found in the detailed earnings export report.

Column headingsDescription
Activity date

The date the activity (e.g., shipment or refund) occurred. This should align with the transaction date column.

Activity type

The activity (e.g., shipment, refund, or payout) that generated the row in the report. New activities will generate additional rows; rows aren’t overwritten. For example, if a shipment activity is generated and a refund occurs, both activities are displayed in the report.

Order date

The date the patient/client order was placed.

Transaction date

The date the transaction occurred i.e., payout, refund, or shipment event. This should align with the activity date column.

Payout date

The date a payout activity was initiated. Displayed for payout activities only.

Note: May not align with deposit dates in bank accounts due to the additional time it takes for transfers to be recognized by financial institutions.

Order number

The unique Fullscript order number (e.g., R111222333) that’s generated when patients/clients place an order.

Transaction number

The shipment or refund event’s unique identifier.

Payout number

The payout report’s unique identifier.


A SKU (i.e., stock-keeping unit) is a unique ID that defines a product. SKUs aren’t shared between products; variations (e.g., size, flavor, formulation) have their own unique SKU.

Note: This report generates a row for every SKU included in patient/client order.


The number of units purchased for the associated SKU.

Unit selling priceThe selling price is the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) less the patient discount. This amount is the patient/client cost per unit.
Total selling priceThe total selling price is the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) less the patient discount. This amount is the patient/client cost for all ordered quantities of the associated SKU.
Unit MSRP price

The manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for one unit.

Total MSRP priceThe total manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for all quantities ordered of the associated SKU. (i.e., MSRP x Quantity column)


Monetary value ($) contributing to or deducting from the running balance of earnings to be paid (i.e., payout event) to the dispensary.

Note: Shipments contribute to the running balance; refunds and payouts reduce the running balance.

Patient or client nameFirst and last name of patient or client.
Patient or client emailEmail address of patient or client.
Recommending practitionerThe name of the practitioner who recommended the product to the patient/client. If not recommended, this field will be empty.
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