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excel formular to calculate Monthly,Quartely,Semi annually and Anually from last date.

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Is there an expert that can provide me with the formula in excel to calculate the next payment date based on Monthly,Quartely,Semi annually and Anually from last date.

i.e.

Last date              Frequency      Next Date
04/03/2014      1      04/04/2014
04/03/2014      3      04/06/2014
04/03/2014      6      04/09/2014
04/03/2014      12      04/03/2015


Many thanks
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi

pls use

=EDATE(date, Months)

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excellent
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