Formula using Percentages

Tubbs123

New Member
I have a formula that I want to write as follows:

 A B C D E F Region Country Charge Rate Card 15% Margin New %margin new rate formula for cells in column F C&W Europe Austria  750.00  637.50 23.39%  637.50 IF E2 is less than 15% then increase D2 by the difference in percentage, otherwise D2 C&W Europe Belgium  700.00  595.00 12.16%  611.90 IF E3 is less than 15% then increase D2 by the difference in percentage, otherwise D2

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The figure in F is what the formula should return.

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njimack

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=d2*if(e2<15%,(1+(15%-e2)),1)

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