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```I have to figure out the impact if a daily salary increases. How do you
calculate the difference ex: \$100/day to \$200/day, what is the impact on
annual increase?
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```USD 100 per day times the number of working days in the year.

Thanks.

"Felicia Pickett" wrote:

> I have to figure out the impact if a daily salary increases. How do you
> calculate the difference ex: \$100/day to \$200/day, what is the impact on
> annual increase?
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```If A1 has the old daily salary and A2 has the new daily salary, the daily
difference is given by the formula =A2-A1  and the annual difference will be
=(A2-A1)*365 or =(A2-A1)*366 in a leap year.
--
David Biddulph

"Felicia Pickett" <FeliciaPickett@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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> I have to figure out the impact if a daily salary increases. How do you
> calculate the difference ex: \$100/day to \$200/day, what is the impact on
> annual increase?

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```On Apr 5, 1:56=A0pm, trip_to_tokyo <i...@pierrefondes.com> wrote:
> USD 100 per day times the number of working days in the year.
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> Thanks.
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> "Felicia Pickett" wrote:
> > I have to figure out the impact if a daily salary increases. How do you
> > calculate the difference ex: \$100/day to \$200/day, what is the impact o=
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Usually I use 261 working days for the year =3D 52 x 5 +1

If he/she is a contractor or an hourly employee you may want to deduct
holidays and/or time taken off.

If there are benefits involved you wil have to allow for that. Health
insurance is the biggest single item usually. 35% for benefits in the
52,000 per year is about right if the person has family health
insurance, a 401 K, FUTA, SUTS, WC, SS, MC, Vacation, ...
At the very least the employer has FICA at 6.2% for SS and 1.45% for
MC

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```On 4/5/2010 12:54 PM, Felicia Pickett wrote:
> I have to figure out the impact if a daily salary increases. How do you
> calculate the difference ex: \$100/day to \$200/day, what is the impact on
> annual increase?

Not trying to be facetious, but the annual salary should double -- the
annual increase is 100% -- in your example.

How you handle this in Excel depends on what you mean by "daily."
Does the worker get paid every day of the year or just workdays?

Bill
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