# Wage calculation exact to the minute

#### grihh

##### New Member
Good day all,
I have been trying all weekend to figure out how to do the above.
What I would like to achieve is a table where I can put in the time I've worked (in hours and minutes) in one cell, the sum earned in the next and have the correct result in the third. I work different hours for different companies at different rates and would like to just collect the data, ready to be invoiced at month's end.
I'm sure this is an easy task for most of you but I'm not that expert in formulas and this one is obviously above my grasp.
Alternatively, if there's a readymade solution in the form of a free download, that would be more than acceptable. I haven't been able to find anything myself.
Cheers

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Basically, you want a template to compute the hourly (minute-ly) wage you're getting, am I correct?

EDIT: Stupid me. You already know the rates. Mind enlightening us more on what you want to find?

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Try C1 =A1*24*rate_per_hour (B1) where A1 contains time worked in h:mm format. Format col C as currency

Try C1 =A1*24*rate_per_hour (B1) where A1 contains time worked in h:mm format. Format col C as currency

Brilliant, it seems to work. Just the job. Thank you so much. I spent hours this weekend trying to figure that out! Unfortunately there is no remedy yet for stupidity.
JJ, are you seriously in Tasmania? I'm in Berlin - and its raining.
Thanks again and cheers .....

Glad to be of service. If you need to work out hours worked use this
A1 start, B1 finish, C1 =IF(A1>B1,(1+B1)-A1,B1-A1) format as [h]:mm (works across midnight)

We had our first dusting of snow this morning. I'm in Hobart.

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