Conditional formula

sarverml

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I am working on a payroll template. I need to have O/T calculated (at a rate of 1.5x rate) for all hours over 30. How do I write this conditional formula?

Thanks!
 

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PaddyD

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On 2002-10-16 19:49, sarverml wrote:
I am working on a payroll template. I need to have O/T calculated (at a rate of 1.5x rate) for all hours over 30. How do I write this conditional formula?

Thanks!

Hi - welcome to the board!

with hours in col A, & rate in D1,

=if(a1<=30,a1*d1,(30*d1)+((a1-30)*(d1*1.5)))

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