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## Project Payroll Using a Specific Pay Period and Graph the Projections

Hello Friends,

I need help in projecting payroll for the next fiscal year starting in FY24 Oct ending FY24 Sep, which equates to 26 pay periods in a fiscal year.

The payroll data had just populated for pay period 09/09/2023 within specific funding buckets.  I have also built in a "what if analysis to hire at 98% which gives me 100 FTEs to hire against the authorized strength of 1170.

I wanted to measure on the graph against the actual payroll when we start the new fiscal year.

Every time I use the "FY23AVGSalarySEPASGN" formula:

FY23AVGSalarySEP(ASGN) =
CALCULATE(
DIVIDE(
SUMX(
FILTER(FY23Payroll,FY23Payroll[Pay Period End Date] =DATE(2023,09,09)),
FY23Payroll[AMOUNT PAID (DETAIL)]
),1)
*26/[FY23ASGN]

to multiply against the projected assigned strength of 100

Proj to Hire = CALCULATE(
[FY24 PROJ ASGN]-SUMX(
FILTER(FY23ORG,FY23ORG[Date] >= DATE(2023,08,01) &&
FY23ORG[Date] <= DATE(2023,08,01)
),
FY23ORG[ASGN]))

I'm not able to graph total.   Is there a better way to write the formula?

Community Support

Hi @Anonymous,

Can you please share a pbix or some dummy data that keep the raw data structure with expected results? It should help us clarify your scenario and test to coding formula.

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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