Overview
This Excel for Finance Functions Template is perfect for anyone who uses Excel for financial calculations and analysis. We've listed below the top 10 Excel functions for finance professionals where you can find sample demonstrations in the template and follow along to solve for any financial problems. These formulas and functions can be used independently for simple calculations or combined to perform more complicated analysis.
1. XNPV Formula: = XNPV(discount_rate, cash_flows, dates)
2. XIRR Formula: =XIRR(cash flows, dates)
3. MIRR Formula: =MIRR(cash flows, cost of borrowing, reinvestment rate)
4. PMT Formula: =PMT(rate, number of periods, present value)
5. IPMT Formula: = IPMT(rate, current period #, total # of periods, present value)
6. EFFECT Formula: =EFFECT(interest rate, # of periods per year)
7. DB Formula: =DB(cost, salvage value, life/# of periods, current period)
8. RATE Formula: =RATE(# of periods, coupon payment per period, price of bond, face value of bond, type)
9. FV Formula: =FV(rate, # of periods, payments, starting value, type)
10. SLOPE Formula: =SLOPE(dependent variable, independent variable)
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