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Hello to everyone and anyone who takes time to read reads this thread from a new kid on the block.

 

This is not the first time i've ventured onto this site but the first time i've posted a message so please be gentle! (I couldn't initially figure out how to post a new thread to be honest!?!?!)

 

Some help please from anyone,

 

I've just gone through my last 6 years bank statements and made a record of all the charges. Can someone explain the interest calculator to me please? I understand the date you put in to the "date charge incurred" box (self explanatory) BUT maybe i'm missing something here because i don't know what date i'm suppose to put into the "to date" box?

 

Please help

 

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Jon 'The Guvnor' :)

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welcome to the forum.

 

Please take time to read the faq's

Please find your banks forum and start a thread;

(your user name) V (banks name)

use the template letters in order Stick to the timetable in there.

 

For instant live help please go to the chat room

 

Any advice given is purely based on personal experience and if in doubt you should seek further advice from a professional.

 

If you liked what I have written then please let me know by clicking on the scales!

 

FAQS wink.gif

http://www.consumeractiongroup.c o.uk/forum/faq.php

 

Scotland Issues

http://www.consumeractiongroup.c o.uk/forum/scotland/

 

Step by step instructions biggrin.gif better safe than sorry!

http://www.consumeractiongroup.c o....tructions.html

 

Templates cool.gif If it aint broke dont fix it!

http://www.consumeractiongroup.c o....lates-library/

 

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Getting MCOL Right

 

Finally good Luck.

jamesrap.

 

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I'm not sure if this is particulary relevent to the question:confused:

 

 

Anyway, guvnor,

 

What spreadsheet are you using, I always use works so I dont know if excel is the same. You need to enter the actual charge (ie cleared transaction), enter the amount of the charge, and then the actual date of the charge. The rest is then worked out for you.

 

If you have entered something into the boxes with formulas, then they wont work, so it may be worth deleting what you have and starting again.

 

It can be a tad confusing if your not too comfortable with spreadsheets, but have a go and see what happens. Sometimes its a case of trial and error until it makes a bit of sense.

 

Post again if you continue to have problems.

 

Best of luck

 

BL

 

PS we dont all respond with standard templates by the way, its just the odd one or two, the rest of us will read the post and advise/help accordingly.:grin:

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The to date box, if I remeber correctly, is what the spreadsheet works out for you, as in how many days it has been since the charge was incurred, and then it works out the interest on that figure and the amount of the charge (its something like 0.00022 times the charge, per day) (if I understand it correctly)

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