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How to Withdraw Payments in Google Adsense

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It can prove quite exciting to watch the money roll into your Google Adsense account from the ads that companies have placed on your website, especially since the income involves no immediate effort on your part.

Google Adsense

You can withdraw the money with your bank account.

Step 1 – Sign in to your Google Adsense account to display the Adsense homepage.

Step 2 – Choose the “Home” tab if it is not already selected, and then click “Payment Settings” to show the Payment Settings screen.

Step 3 – Click the “Add New Bank Account” button to display the Add New Form of Payment screen.

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Step 4– Enter the requested bank account information, including the account holder name, the bank routing number and the account number.

Step 5– Click the “Save” button to save your changes.

Step 6– Wait up to five days for Google to deposit a test amount into your bank account, which can range from 15 cents to $1.10. Note the exact amount.

Step 7 – Sign in to Google Adsense once more, click “Payments” and then “Payment Settings” to show the Payment Settings screen.

Step 8 – Click “Verify Test Deposit” and enter the test amount that you noted. Then click the “Submit” button, which verifies your account. When the deposits into your Google Adsense account reach the payment threshold, which is $100, the money is automatically withdrawn once a month to your bank account.

Wire instructions (required)

FieldExpected LengthExample
Account holder nameNot applicableJane Smith
Bank nameNot applicableAcme Bank & Trust
IFSC (Indian Financial System Code)11 letters and numbersABAB0001101
SWIFT BICThe SWIFT BIC code is 8 or 11 characters:
-4 letter bank code
-2 letter country code
-2 letter location code
-3 letter branch code (optional)
XXXXYYZZ
Account numberTwelve to seventeen digits1234567891234567
Re-type account numberTwelve to seventeen digits1234567891234567

Intermediary bank details (optional)

If your bank provides intermediary instructions for receiving wires from the United States, provide those here.

FieldExpected LengthExample
Intermediary bank detailsNot applicableAcme Bank and Trust
Intermediary SWIFT-BICThe SWIFT BIC code is 8 or 11 characters:
-4 letter bank code
-2 letter country code
-2 letter location code
-3 letter branch code (optional)
XXXXYYZZ

For further credit details (optional)

If your bank required For Further Credit (FFC) or For Benefit Of (FBO) instructions to receive a wire transfer, provide these here as specified by your bank.

FieldExpected LengthExample
For further credit / For benefit ofThis may be an account number OR account name on file with your bank1234567 OR John Smith

About the author

Rahul Setia

Rahul Setia was born and raised in the Kaithal, Haryana. He worked at brands like Jabong, ProProfs etc. He was also in the List of Top 100 Social Media Influencer's 2019 by Status Brew. He lives in Delhi/NCR and is a Digital Gig & Founder of Websites i.e TechBlogCorner.com, ViralMasalla.com, DealorCoupons.com.
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