Consistent with our commitment to provide you with the latest in financial modelling tools and resources, Plum Solutions has joined forces with boutique financial planning firm, Majella Wealth Advisers to bring you an Excel-based calculator to help you calculate how much you can benefit from salary sacrificing into your superannuation account.
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The upgrade from Microsoft Excel 2003 to Excel 2007 is probably one of the most significant changes for users yet. There are many new functions, most of which are an improvement to Excel 2003 but they do take some getting used to!
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“Hmm, these numbers don’t add up…”
Sound familiar? We’ve probably all said this at one time or another, and it can be a frustrating experience.
In this article, we’ll explain the pitfalls of financial modelling in Excel, and give you a few survival tips to help you get accurate and reliable results from your models.
Microsoft Excel is a very flexible, powerful and ubiquitous tool for the purpose of financial analysis, however, astute users understand the dangers of a poorly built financial model.