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Footing, Cross-footing, and Recalcs

Anytime you are performing a tie out, it's important to foot, cross-foot, and recalculate all numbers that involve totals, summations, and other calculations. This generally includes footing columns and cross-footing rows. Recalculations are also performed when numbers in an accounting schedule involves multiplying, division, and percentages.


See this example:


Check the formula or math (if by paper)


Tickmark all calculations with a Ft, Cft, or Rx (Foot, Cross-foot, or Recalculates, respectively)




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