# Need help claculating multiple rates for one number

#### Jboehme

##### New Member
HI, I am calculating our business sick day and vacation liability. The rates are 1-100 is \$25, 101-200 is \$35 and 201-300 \$50. Is there a formula to help me calculate these rates. Here is an example
 Days Amount 98 2,450 300 11,000 201 6,050 150 4,250 115 3,025

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Thanks for the help

### Excel Facts

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The Roman numeral for 40 is XL. Bill "MrExcel" Jelen's 40th book was called MrExcel XL.
Try this:

=IF(A2>200,(A2-200)*50+100*35+100*25,IF(A2>100,(A2-100)*35+100*25,A2*25))

However maybe better to use cell references for the dollar amounts so they can be easily changed.

Try this:

=IF(A2>200,(A2-200)*50+100*35+100*25,IF(A2>100,(A2-100)*35+100*25,A2*25))

However maybe better to use cell references for the dollar amounts so they can be easily changed.

Perfect thanks!

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