- Charges and Reports
- Getting started
- Logging into Pro mobile
- Charting tools
- Using watchlists on my phone
- Placing orders
- Transferring funds
- Why can’t I make payments directly from my UPI app to the Upstox UPI ID or bank account?
- On the Funds page, what does Unsettled Amount denote?
- On the Funds page, what does Used Funds denote?
- Funds withdrawal request not processed
- Withdrawing funds from Upstox
- Payment failure while add funds
- Adding funds to my Upstox Account
- Types of accounts with Upstox
- See my account balance
- Add money to my trading account
What does a contract note contain?
A contract note is an itemized bill of all your trades during each trading day and is generated daily. It is sent each evening to your registered email ID. You can refer to the contract note to get more information about the trades you have executed and the exact break-up of the charges levied on your trades.
The first table of the contract note contains details such as the time when the order was executed, the security name and codes, the gross rate of the transaction (before deducting brokerage) and the net rate of the transaction (after deducting brokerage).
The second table of the contract note contains details of all other costs (except for brokerage) that are levied on the transaction.