# Setting a MAX on my Formula

#### kcrudo

##### New Member
We have a Short-Term Disability program that pays 60% of their weekly wages to a maximum of \$400.00.

I need to audit my statement and wanted to make this caculation. My current formula reads:

=sum(WKWAGE*0.60)

What would I need to add to keep the Maximum number to \$400.00?

Thanking you in advance.

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You can use
=MIN(400,wkwage*0.6)

no need to sum here, as far as I can see.

It Worked!

I'd buy you a beer if you were closer!
Thank you kindly.

I wish there was a formula
class I could take. :wink:

TY!

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