Get information on when the password was last set on multiple accounts

Hi EE

I want to add a list of samAccountNames to a text file , and I want the PS script to then output the list
with the SamAccountName,PasswordLastSet field but also in another column , how many days old the password is .

I can pull the PasswordLastSet data no problem , but i would like to see in a different column
in days how old the password is .

Example
SamAccountName,PasswordLastSet,PasswordAge( or whatever it is)
Account1,5/3/2015,30
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MilesLoganAsked:
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Raheman M. AbdulSenior Infrastructure Support Analyst & Systems DeveloperCommented:
As you already got the code to get the PasswordLastSet you can use the following to get the age.
$today=(get-date)
$date=[datetime]”05/03/2015”

$span =New-Timespan –Start $date –End $today
$age = $span.days

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MilesLoganAuthor Commented:
Thank you Rahaman ..
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