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$ per month formula

Jill Youngberg
Jill Youngberg ✭✭✭
edited 12/09/19 in Archived 2017 Posts

I am trying to put together a formula to track the amount of money we are bringing in per month per project. Not sure if I am doing it right... Any help would be appreicated.


Here is what I am coming up with so far -


=IF(Phase30)= "Construction", [Estimate $]30/Duration30)


I know they duration is only calculated in days - so there would be an additional column required to break it down into weeks and or months. but I am not sure how to get that first formula correct.





  • J. Craig Williams
    J. Craig Williams ✭✭✭✭✭✭



    First things first, your formula is not correct syntax-wise. At the very least, remove the first close paranthesis.



    =IF(  Phase30 = "Construction", [Estimate $]30/Duration30)


    This will be blank for a Phase that does not match "Construction" and will throw an error for any duration of 0 (like milestones or blanks)



  • Charles DESCOTES
    edited 03/07/17


    Be careful that the data in 'Duration' column is what you need, Calendar days or Working days?

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