How to Calculate Trend Percentages?


In order to calculate trend percentages you need to have the financial figures for the base year, which would be 100 percent. You will also need financial data for the other years and they are calculated as a percentage of the base year financial information. Having the trend percentages make it easier to read and compare the financial data from one year to another. You can find more information here:
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trend percentage= (analysis period amount / base period amount) x 100.
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A trend percentage is financial data that is reevaluated in terms of a base year. In calculation the base year will equal one hundred percent while the following years are percentages equaled up to the base year. This helps with comparisons to financial data over a series of years. You can find more information here:
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