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    Calculating Overtime (after 40 hours worked)

    I need a formula to calculate overtime, after a work week of 40 hours.

    for example: if an employee works 10 hours a day we would not count towards overtime until the employee completes a 40 hour work week.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!!!

    Thanks,
    YV

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    Calculating Overtime (after 40 hours worked)

    A1: Hours
    B1: (number of hours worked....eg 42)

    A2: Overtime
    B2: =MAX(B1-40,0)

    If B1: 42
    B2 returns 2

    Does that help?
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    Calculating Overtime (After 40 hours worked)

    WOrked out perfectly THANKS!!!!!! You are the best!!!!!

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    Re: Calculating Overtime (after 40 hours worked)

    I'm having trouble with my Overtime Hours column (I).
    I can't figure out how to get it to show just the overtime for that day.
    I have attached the xlsx file as well as a photo of the table as is.

    The formula for that column is: =IF(ISBLANK(D20),0,(MAX(H20-40,0)))
    I want it to subtract the previous cell before it, but every time I do it returns a value error with this formula:
    =IF(ISBLANK(D20),0,(MAX(H20-40,0)-I5:I6)) Then the I6 increases

    The ultimate goal is for a spreed sheet that can calculate employee wage with a single employee that has two separate wages
    that shares the same set of 40 hours for that week in a biweekly setup with an on call bonus added at the end of the week.
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    Re: Calculating Overtime (after 40 hours worked)

    Hi Humdrum, welcome to the forum

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