CS:GO Case Inventory

Add Cases you invested in to calculate value, steam fees and potential profit.

What is the "Steam Transaction Fee"?

The Steam Transaction Fee is collected by Steam and is used to protect against nominal fraud incidents and cover the cost of development of this and future Steam economy features. The fee is currently 5% (with a minimum fee of $0.01). This fee may be increased or decreased in the future.

Who pays the "Steam Transaction Fee"?

The buyer pays the Steam Transaction Fee. The Steam Transaction Fee is calculated based on the item cost and is shown on the confirmation page before purchase.

What is the "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Fee"?

The CS:GO Fee is a game specific fee that is determined and collected by the game publisher. The Fee is currently set at 10%.

So... how is calculation done?

Steam takes a 5% tax per community market transaction and CSGO items have an additional tax of 10%. Steam also takes another $0.01 per market transaction. Summing these up, let’s take a look at how the taxes exactly work.

The Steam taxes work by dividing the selling price by the tax instead. So, if you put an item on sale for $100, you’d need to divide it by 1.15 to find how much you’d receive after making the transaction.

Which means $100/1.15 = $86.97, deduct the $0.01 Steam tax from that, and you get a total of $86.96, which you receive once the transaction is done.

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