A Million Five

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Being a nerd, I have a salary history spreadsheet that contains every pay increase, every promotional raise, and every new job I’ve had in over the past twenty-five years. As much as possible these events are tied to the actual dates, therefore I can calculate how much I made at each salary.

The limitations of the Excel DAY() function come into play here, as it treats each year as twelve 30-day units, for a total of 360 days. Five missing days twenty five times is only 125 days out of 9125, or 1.36%. and acceptable margin of error.

Today I had the pleasure of entering this year’s salary increase, and in seeing a new lifetime earnings total.



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Mark H. Nichols

I am a husband, cellist, code prole, nerd, technologist, and all around good guy living and working in fly-over country. You should follow me on Mastodon.