## How to use the TBILLYIELD function

The TBILLYIELD function calculates the yield for a Treasury bill.

Formula in cell C6:

=TBILLYIELD(C2,C3,C4)

### Excel Function Syntax

TBILLYIELD(*settlement*, *maturity*, *pr*)

### Arguments

settlement |
Required. The Treasury bill's settlement date which is the date after the issue date. |

maturity |
Required. The date when the security expires. |

pr |
Required. The Treasury bill's price per $100 face value (par amount). |

### Comments

Treasury bills are issued at a discount from the face value, the interest paid is the face value - purchase price.

Keep in mind to use the DATE function if you enter dates in the function instead of using cell references.

For example,

=TBILLYIELD(DATE(2018, 9, 30), DATE(2018, 12, 31), C4)

Date arguments are truncated to integers.

The TBILLYIELD function returns:

- #VALUE! error if
*settlement*or*maturity*is not a valid data type. - #NUM! error if
*pr*<=0'

Calculation formula:

DSM = days between *settlement* to *maturity* ignoring *maturity* date that is more than a year after *settlement*.

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