In this article you will learn how to calculate VAT in Microsoft Excel by using the functions? And Which formula we can use to calculate how much VAT has been paid when the only information you have is the total amount?
Let’s take an example and understand how VAT calculator allows to calculate VAT percentage in easy way .
I have a table in range A1:C6, in which column “A” is containing the product details, column “B” is containing sale price and column “C“ VAT/Tax percentage.
In Column “D”, we need to calculate the “Net Sale Price” and in column “E” the “VAT/Tax” amount.
To calculate the “Net Sale Price” and “VAT/Tax” amounts follow the below mentioned steps:-
Net Sale Price
In this way we can calculate VAT in Microsoft Excel.
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