Editing existing recoupments

To recoup royalties from an additional release for an existing recoupment, navigate to the recoupment hub page. Once you are on the recoupment hub page, click the Add Releases button.

This will open the Add Releases drawer. 

Releases can be added in the same manner as when you added releases to begin a recoupment. 

Once you added a release, it will appear in the Releases card on the recoupment hub page with a status of Pending as royalties have not yet begun recouping. Royalties will start recouping during the next royalty period

The added releases will have a status of Recouping after the next royalty period opens. 

Remove Releases

If you wish to no longer recoup royalties from a release added to a recoupment, you have the option to delete it. To delete a release from a recoupment, navigate to the hub page.  There will be a trash can icon in the action column in the Releases card. 


To delete a recoupment, click on the trash can icon. You will be prompted to confirm your choice. 

Click Yes, Remove to remove the release from the recoupment. The release will no longer appear in the table on the recoupment hub. For the next royalty period, royalties will begin to flow to participants enrolled in SplitShare and will not count toward recoupment. 

Adding Expenses

If you wish to add a recoupable expense to an existing recoupment, navigate to the relevant recoupment hub page. Once you are on the hub page, click the Edit Expenses button on the Expenses card. 

This will open a pop-up showing existing expenses. To add a new expense, click the New Expense button. This will open a new expense row.

Enter an expense name and expense amount and click Save. 

The new expense will appear in the Expenses card and will be factored into the recoupment progress

Added expenses may be deleted or have their amount edited using the Edit Expense button until the royalty period closes. At that point, the expense will be locked. Locked expenses are identified by the lock icon and the gray background. 

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