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ishan_1510
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Calculate outstanding NPA loan amount over date

Hi guys,

I have a table as shown below and I have to calculate outstanding loan amount over time (date format - mm/dd/yyyy)

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For eg. in this case from 8/2/2022 till 9/2/2022 outstanding amout will be $100, on 9/3/2022 the out standing amount will become $250 on 9/6/2022 it will be $300 and accordingy it will reduce to $200 on 9/25/2022(amount recovered) and to $150 on 10/2/2022.

Null recovery date represents that this amount is outstanding as of TODAY().

 

I want to represent this on a column chart with days->months->year heirrarchy on x-axis and outstanding amount on y-axis.

 

Can someone please help me out in this issue?

 

Regards,

Ishan

 

 

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Hi Hoang,

Thanks for your response, but I found another way to get this calculation done

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HoangHugo
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Hi, assume you have a Date column to choose period make calculate

 

NPA loan = 

var sum =SUM([Outstanding amount])
var maxdate = MAX([date column])

var NPA = CALCULATE (sum,[NPA date]<=maxdate)

var Recovery = CALCULATE (sum,[Recovery date]<=maxdate,[Recovery date] <>Blank())

return NPA +Recovery

Hi Hoang,

Thanks for your response, but I found another way to get this calculation done

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