Abdullah Al Masud

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Abdullah Al Masud, holding BBA and MBA degrees from the Department of Accounting & Information Systems at the University of Dhaka, joined the ExcelDemy team. Masud focuses on developing and reviewing accounting and finance-related content. Additionally, he has created automated systems in Excel to streamline accounting and finance tasks. He has reviewed nearly five articles proactively, implementing various updates to enhance their quality and relevance. Masud's contributions reflect his dedication to optimizing processes and ensuring the excellence of ExcelDemy's content.


Content Developer & Reviewer (Accounting & Finance) at SOFTEKO.

Lives in

Mohammadpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh.


BBA & MBA, Department of Accounting & Information Systems, Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka.


Accounting, Finance, Business Management, Auditing, Taxation, Microsoft Office (Excel, Powerpoint, Word), Data Analysis & Advanced Research, Content Writing, Content Design.


  • Content Review (Accounting & Finance)
  • System Generation Developing A Full Automated Accounting System Developed Automated Monthly Cash Flow Statement
  • Technical Content Development
  • Share Market Research & Investment Developed A System for Comprehensive Portfolio Analysis Researched on Sharia-Compliance of Stocks Developed A Sharia Screening Methodology for DSE
  • Academic Teaching

Research & Publication

Latest Posts From Abdullah Al Masud

Excel Sales Template [Free Download]

Sales are the cornerstone and lifeblood of any business, whether a small tea stall or a multi-billion capital company. You often find that financial analysts ...

Excel Money Management Template [Free Download]

The success of corporate finance and personal finance affairs significantly depends on efficient and effective money management. From the available options, ...

Budget Template in Excel [Free Download]

In this Excel tutorial, we will present a basic budget template in Excel (free downloadable) in a generalized format, as presented in the following image. You ...

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  1. Reply Abdullah Al Masud
    Abdullah Al Masud Feb 28, 2024 at 1:08 PM


    Thank you for reaching out to us and for your valuable query.

    While this article focuses on tracking stocks in Excel, you have to modify some of the procedures of this Excel file and include mutual fund data as well.

    It is important to mention that, the built-in Stock option of Excel’s Data tab provides us a live update of some major exchanges (like NASDAQ, NYSE, etc.). Popular stock exchanges around the world are easily accessible by this Excel feature, but others are completely unattainable.

    To use this stock tracking template for mutual fund scanning purposes, you have to manually collect data on mutual fund names, current prices, 52 Weeks’ High, 52 Weeks’ Low, and P/E ratio. Then use the functions presented in this article for your mutual fund analysis and screening.

    Abdullah Al Masud
    ExcelDemy Team

  2. Reply Abdullah Al Masud
    Abdullah Al Masud Jan 16, 2024 at 11:22 AM

    Hello MILTONKZ,

    Thanks for reaching out to us and sharing such a fundamental issue.

    Certainly, you pointed out the right fact. A fundamental concept of the Double Entry Accounting System is that the Total Assets must equal Total Liabilities and Equities. A balanced accounting equation (A=L+P) is a must condition because the dual aspect of accounting for income and expenses will result in equal increases to or decreases in assets or liabilities. Thanks for pointing out such a mistake of imbalanced accounting equation.

    Thanks again, for pointing out such a mistake. The correction of our dataset and related images is made accordingly. Stay connected with us.

    Abdullah Al Masud
    ExcelDemy Team

Advanced Excel Exercises with Solutions PDF