The math involved in this calculation is simple: Divide the goal by the actual.

This gives you a percentage value that represents how much of the goal has been achieved.

For instance, if your goal is to sell 100 widgets, and you sell 80, your percent of goal is 80 percent (80/100).

## How do you calculate sales quota?

To calculate your sales quota, take your baseline metric and adjust it for desired or expected growth. For example, if you are using a volume-based sales quota, you can calculate the ideal sales quota by dividing your forecasted sales target by the number of salespeople.

## How do you calculate percentage to goal?

Divide your progress toward your goal by your goal. In the first example, divide 9 by 30 get 0.3. In the second example, divide $440 by $1,000 to get 0.44. Multiply the result by 100 to convert to a percent.

## How do you calculate achievement rate?

At the end of a given funding year, the percentage timely achievement rate is calculated using the formula (Number of aims granted timely achievement ÷ Number of aims expected to have been completed) × 100.

## How do you calculate YTD percentage?

To calculate the year-to-date (YTD) return on a portfolio, subtract the starting value from the current value and divide by the starting value. Multiplying by 100 converts this figure into a return percentage, which is more useful than the decimal format in comparing the returns of different investments.