Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Benford's Law reveals an amazing characteristic of data. Not only does it help to identify fraud, it could help you to improve budgets and forecasts.

Use Benford’s Law & Charts in Excel to Improve Business Planning

Unless you're a public accountant, you probably haven't experimented with Benford's Law. Auditors sometimes use this fascinating statistical insight to uncover fraudulent accounting data. But it might reveal...

Latest Articles

Using Excel's LET, SORTBY, and SEQUENCE functions, and dynamic arrays, you easily can list any number of top and bottom results from a Table.

How to Report Top and Bottom Results Using Dynamic Arrays in Excel

In How to Use Excel’s LET Function, I showed several examples of a powerful function that Microsoft added to Excel 365 in the summer...
The LET function is the most powerful function that Microsoft has released for Excel in years. Here's an introduction to its features.

How to Use Excel’s LET Function

In the summer of 2020, Microsoft introduced the LET function for Excel 365—one of the most-significant new worksheet functions that Microsoft has introduced in...
You can ratchet down errors in your Excel reports by using an Error Summary Table that uses conditional formatting to alert you to errors.

How to Set Up an Automatic Error-Checking System in Excel Reports

Decades ago, I worked as a cost accountant for a large company. But because our department received terrible reports, I wrote my own reports...using...