How do you estimate the cost of an upgrade/downgrade?

Started by Austin, Jul 01, 2022, 12:56 PM

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First of all I really apologise if that is the incorrect phase, I could not suppose which phase will be the high-quality for this type of query as it is truly associated with accounting however extra associated with calculations of an invoice.

Anyway, I recognize this looks like the most 'Google'-worth query ever, however I sincerely simply can not get the proper key phrases in area to discover the outcomes that I need. I even have spent such a lot of hours, if now no longer days, seeking to discern out what phrases I am desiring to apply to discern out the fee of an upgrade/downgrade with the times last. The closest I've gotten is the usage of the important thing phrases 'pro rata' which appears to permit one to calculate a part of something.

In short, if a purchaser asks for an upgrade/downgrade of a service, how precisely do you calculate the precise price of that upgrade/downgrade in conjunction to the last days they have got left on their service, particularly in the event that they have a reduction in place? Is there an smooth formulation I can use or any type of on line calculator dedicated to this?

Once once more I apologise for this type of easy query that I recognize can without difficulty be solved via a Google search, I simply certainly can not appear to get the proper key phrases and I recognize a person will respond telling me the proper name/phrases for the type of thing I'm seeking out and it is going to be tremendous apparent after that


Do you've got the capacity to apply a energy pivot? Create a degree that draws the minimal date from the date column, observed through some other degree that draws the most date from the date column.
Then you'll create some other degree to retrieve the beginning and modern-day prices through including the quantity paid while the date equals the minimal and one while the date equals the most.

Then, write an if function that assessments to look if the client continues to be active, then assessments to look if the most date quantity is much less or extra than the preliminary quantity, and presentations true or false.
I'm presently on mobile, so writing the formulation is a touch difficult, however the idea have to paintings with some tweaks relying on how your data is set up.
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The hosting tariff can be changed both to the older one (upgrade) and to the younger one (downgrade) at any time. Recalculation of the surcharge or balance is carried out automatically.
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