Financial Reporting Tips For Power BI – Actuals vs Budgets vs Last Year

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In this example, I’m eager to showcase how we can dynamically represent financial information in a compelling manner using Power BI. Financial reporting in Power BI has been immensely improved with some recent updates and changes to the table features of late.

Through this example, I’m going to show you how you can take things up a notch using dynamic calculations by utilizing these formula language techniques.

By implementing some reasonable logic within your Power BI model, we can change what showcases inside the actual table where we might have our financial reporting information.

I go into the technique in-depth during the video presentation, so I don’t want to cover too much here.

All I want to show and highlight is how good financial reporting can get with using Power BI these days. It is far superior to what you can achieve with a standard Excel file or with conventional Excel techniques.

Interestingly, Power BI is taking this type of (financial) reporting to the next level, and I certainly want to show you how you can do that.


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