I have a situation at work in which the staff must take a given number of months and sometimes days and reduce these months and days by the number of months and days of benefits utilized, and this is done on a calculator at present, a slow process. The scenario is that a college student is awarded for example 24 months of scholarship entitlements, for the first semester they will utilize for example 2 months and 12 days (this would be the number of months/days for a specific semester, the days from the first day of classes to the last day of classes, and this range will vary from semester to semester). In this scenario all months always = 30 days (regardless of the month length, like February that only has 28 days, it would = 30 days etc.). It would be nice to take a given set of months and days of scholarship entitlements on a spreadsheet, then calculate how many months/days are left after a student uses an amount of months/days for a given semester, basically counting down the entitlements as the student works through their semesters until the entitlements are used up. To always show what is left after each semester. To have the number of days left also reflect in months (at 30 days each) and days. Is this possible in Excel? The goal is the put the calculator away and fast track to this number with minimal effort. I appreciate any feedback on how to do this, formulas etc. Thank You!