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 Percent difference 2008-08-12 From mike:What is the percent difference between two homes if one is worth \$525,000 and the other is \$425,000. (525,000 - 425,000 = 100,000)Answered by Penny Nom. Percent difference? 2008-06-14 From Cathy:I am trying to verify a "percent of difference" as stated on a tax form. I cannot seem to come up with the equation to do so. Here are a few examples on the form: Last year \$62.91 this year \$66.05 tax difference \$3.14 percent difference -5.64% Last year \$ 2014.97 this year \$1982.93 tax difference \$-32.04 percent difference 57.56% Last year \$97.66 this year \$79.58 tax difference \$-18.08 percent difference 32.48% I have tried several different ways and per some of Q&A's already on your site I still have a problem and would appreciate some assistance. Thanks-CathyAnswered by Penny Nom. Percent difference 2007-05-17 From Carolyn:What is the % difference between these two numbers 211373 & 185420Answered by Gabriel Potter, Penny Nom and Steve La Rocque.

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