Why does the amount differ on my adsense account where it says "since last payment" and "payment pending".
Does anyone know the actual cut off day in the last week of the month?
I think payment pending is the amount that has 'cleared'/i.e. is checked and verified ready to pay out to you at the end of the month.
'Since last payment' is what has accrued since your last payout.
I find it is easier to see how this works in the old style Adsense layout than in the new Beta one.
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