Dynamic XIRR for sum of CF's with Offset

willr2819

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Hello All,

I have noticed that this has been a question in other threads on this forum; however I have been unable to locate this particular question using the formulas in the sheet below (vertically vs horizontally).

Question: Is it possible to make a dynamic XIRR formula to search for the first value < or > 0 and begin calculating it from there? Will the other formulas that are used in this table conflict with the XIRR Offset formula or whatever solution that is proposed?

Something to note is that the start date will always be 1/15/12, which is where I would like the formula to start every time. As for the end date, I can manually update the end date each quarter (12/31/22) and add in dates.

Problem: I am trying to get excel to automatically go to the first value that is found within my XIRR table (vertically) and skip all of the values that are 0's (AKA i want it to look at the first value "<>0"). Any value that is 0 after that number (31,805,623) is fine, but since this will be used on multiple projects, that value could start in a different cell on the next IRR review.

It seems that this person was on the right track for what I wanted to do; however this is a horizontal calculation vs vertical and when I put a zero for the first cash flow in their table, it calculated the IRR as 0.00% which did not make it as dynamic as I thought it would be.

Link: Dynamic XIRR (OFFSET) Transposing Formula Help

If someone can provide me the formula I would need to use in this example, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you so much!

EXCEL Question for MR.EXCEL.xlsx
ABCDELMNOP
1Cash DateIRR DateNet AmountEquity InvestedRealized Value
21/6/20151/15/2015(33,880,196.00)(33,880,196.00)-
31/15/20151/15/20152,074,573.002,074,573.00-
42/15/20152/15/2015(118,276.67)(118,276.67)-
54/15/20154/15/20151,592,841.00-1,592,841.00
67/15/20157/15/20151,906,930.69-1,906,930.69
710/15/201510/15/2015592,903.43-592,903.43
810/15/201510/15/20151,927,885.98-1,927,885.98
91/26/20161/15/2016586,641.37-586,641.37
101/15/20161/15/20161,907,524.25-1,907,524.25
114/4/20164/15/2016581,316.00-581,316.00
124/15/20164/15/20161,210,142.92-1,210,142.92
134/20/20164/15/20161,890,207.00-1,890,207.00
147/25/20167/15/20161,756,952.00-1,756,952.00
1510/1/201610/15/20161,893,133.05-1,893,133.05
169/30/20199/15/20192,237.822,237.82-
1712/22/202112/15/2021(1,576.68)-(1,576.68)
18LOC Payoff12/31/202212/31/2022--
19Unrealized Value12/31/202212/31/2022250,000.00-250,000.00
20
211/15/2012-
222/15/2014-
231/15/2015(31,805,623.00)
242/15/2015(118,276.67)
253/15/2015-
264/15/20151,592,841.00
275/15/2015-
287/15/20151,906,930.69
298/15/2015-
309/15/2015-
3110/15/20152,520,789.41
3211/15/2015-
3312/15/2015-
341/15/20162,494,165.62
352/15/2016-
363/15/2016-
374/15/20163,681,665.92
385/15/2016-
396/15/2016-
407/15/20161,756,952.00
418/15/2016-
429/15/2016-
4310/15/20161,893,133.05
4411/15/2016-
457/15/2019-
468/15/2019-
479/15/20192,237.82
4810/15/2021-
4911/15/2021-
5012/15/2021(1,576.68)
5111/15/2022-
5212/15/2022-
5312/31/2022250,000.00
54(15,826,760.84)
55
56 XIRR Calculation (Manual) -34.31%<- this is the correct XIRR
57 Automatic XIRR (Offset)
Sheet2
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
N19N19=L19
M24:M27,M52,M49,M46:M47,M29:M44M24=DATE(YEAR(M23),MONTH(M23)+INT(1),DAY(M23)+MOD(1,1)*30)
N21:N53N21=SUMIF($E$1:$E$1242,M21,$L$1:$L$1242)
N54N54=SUM(N23:N53)
N56N56=XIRR(N23:N53,M23:M53)
 

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DRSteele

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I think this is helpful, if I understand what you're after.

N57: =XIRR(FILTER(N21:N53,N21:N53<>0),FILTER(M21:M53,N21:N53<>0))
 
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