Excel tutorials

The only Excel books you will ever need

  • The only constantly updated Excel 365 titles more…
  • Thoroughly covers Power Pivot and Power Query more…
  • Covers business intelligence and OLAP features more…
  • Simple, easy, understandable, 2-page lessons more…
  • Available as both printed books and e-Books more…
  • Used by schools, colleges and universities  more…
  • Available for 365, 2019, 2016 and Mac versions more…

A formula or easy way to annualize data based on month

Annualizing data in Excel is easy if you understand basic Excel formulas and how annualization is calculated.

If Excel formulas are unfamiliar to you, you could benefit greatly from our completely free Basic Skills E-book, which teaches the basics of Excel formulas.

An Excel formula to annualize data

To annualize data from a single month, the formula will be:

=[Value for 1 month] * 12

This works because there are 12 months in a year.

If you had 2 months of data, the formula would be:

=[Value for 2 months] * 6

This works because there are 6 periods of 2 months in a year.

You can apply this to any number of months by simply dividing 12 by the number of months. In other words, this formula:

=[Value for X months] * (12 / [Number of months])

Many more Excel formulas and functions are covered in our Essential Skills and Expert Skills Books and E-books.

You can download a sample workbook showing this formula in action.

Share this article

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on stumbleupon
Share on email

Recent Articles

Wholesale Order Complete

Wholesale Order Complete Thank you for your order We’ll confirm your order and the likely delivery date via e-mail within the next 24 hours. If

Excel protected view warning

Excel protected view: Be careful – files from the Internet can contain viruses. Unless you need to edit it’s safer to stay in Protected View. This article explains what this error message means.

VLOOKUP inexact match illustration (chicken and egg).

VLOOKUP inexact match

VLOOKUP lesson with sample file that will teach you everything there is to know when creating a VLOOKUP inexact match Excel function.

VLOOKUP exact match

Simple VLOOKUP tutorial with sample file that will teach you everything there is to know when creating a VLOOKUP function with an exact match.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Which tutorial do you need?