**Common Questions about the FVSCHEDULE Formula**

• What is the FVSCHEDULE formula?

• What arguments can be used with the formula?

• How can the FVSCHEDULE formula be used to calculate future value?

• What function does the FVSCHEDULE formula use for calculating future value?

**How can the FVSCHEDULE formula be used Appropriately?**

• Specify the appropriate argument values in the formula.

• Set up a well-structured schedule.

• Make sure to enter in all data correctly before using the formula.

• Add formatting for easy reading of results.

**How can the FVSCHEDULE Formula be commonly mistyped?**

• Removing or forgetting a hyphen in the formula name.

• Forgetting a comma in the arguments.

• Forgetting to add a “$” before a cell reference.

• Misspelling the argument names.

**What are some common ways the FVSCHEDULE Formula is used Inappropriately?**

• Using incorrect argument values.

• Using the formula with incorrect parameters.

• Using the formula on incomplete or wrong data.

• Repeating the same calculation with different data.

**What are some common pitfalls when using the FVSCHEDULE Formula?**

• Not specifying the correct number of arguments.

• Forgetting to include a “$” before cell references.

• Not setting up the correct conditions for the formula to calculate correctly.

• Not accounting for future rate changes or inflation.

**What are common mistakes when using the FVSCHEDULE Formula?**

• Not entering the correct number of arguments.

• Not entering the correct argument data.

• Failing to setup a well-structured schedule.

• Incorrectly entering the rate and other parameters.

**What are common misconceptions people might have with the FVSCHEDULE Formula?**

• Thinking the formula can be used for future loan repayments without setting up the schedule properly.

• Believing that the formula can predict future value without inputting the correct parameter values.

• Thinking the formula does not take into account for inflation or future rate changes.