Most importers can automatically import fees.
But you can also add them manually on the Enter Coins page once you have switched the table to Table View: Extended.
Please note that the purchase and sale values displayed on CoinTracking already include all fees.
In case of a sell, the fee needs to be entered as additional amount on the sell side. (Withdrawal)
In case of a buy, the fee needs to be subtracted from the buy side. (Deposit)
Because these are the actual amounts you need to pay/receive on exchanges.
You could say you enter the "Actual received/spent amounts", with fees included.
The fee field is more an informational value for our system, so we can calculate the data for our Fee page.
Relevant for calculations are the entered values.
You have bought 1 BTC for 500 USD and you have paid an additional fee of 5 USD.
Create 1 entry: Buy = 1 BTC, Sell = 505 USD, Fee = 5 USD
You have bought 1 BTC for 500 USD and a fee of 0.01 BTC has been taken from your purchased Bitcoin.
Create 1 entry: Buy = 0.99 BTC, Sell = 500 USD, Fee = 0.01 BTC
You have purchased goods for 0.2 BTC and you have paid an additional transaction fee of 0.001 BTC.
Create 1 entry: (OUT) Spend of 0.201 BTC, Fee = 0.001 BTC
You have transfered 1 BTC from Wallet A to Exchange B and you have paid an additional transaction fee of 0.001 BTC.
Create 2 entries:
(OUT) Withdrawal of 1.001 BTC from Exchange = Wallet A, Fee = 0.001 BTC
(IN) Deposit of 1 BTC to Exchange = Exchange B (no fee entry here)
Any fee that is paid in a third currency (i.e. a coin that is not part of either the sell or the buy) is not deducted from the total balance.
A common example is BNB on Binance.
In order to correct your third coin balance in the portfolio, you need to create an additional transaction as [OUT] Lost for the fee.
(This happens automatically when you import Binance by API as described in this article: BNB balance wrong due to fees not being deducted).