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Formula needed for Calculating Vacation/Sick/Personal Time Off on Accruel basis

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    Formula needed for Calculating Vacation/Sick/Personal Time Off on Accruel basis

    I'm trying to set up a spreadsheet to keep track on staff vacation time off on accruel basis. I would like to quickly identify how many day each person has remaining, how many days have been used up, etc... I know the basics of excel, but this formula is too complicated and would appreciate someone's help. Here are the facts,
    • 0 days -90 days - earn 0 vacation time
    • 91 days - 12 months - earn 0.833
    • 13 months - 60 months - earn 0.833
    • 61 months - 120 months - earn 1.250
    • 121 + months - earn 1.667
    • Rollover from last period capped at 110%, stops acrruing until it's used up.


    Thank you.

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    Re: Formula needed for Calculating Vacation/Sick/Personal Time Off on Accruel basis

    Did you ever figure out how to create this sheet? I have been trying to do almost the exact same think. Please share if you have figured it out.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Formula needed for Calculating Vacation/Sick/Personal Time Off on Accruel basis

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