# Percent to Goal Calculator

Created by Mariamy Chrdileli
Reviewed by Anna Szczepanek, PhD and Steven Wooding
Last updated: Jun 05, 2023

Welcome to the percent to goal calculator, a simple and convenient tool that can help you calculate the percentage of a goal you have achieved.

Whether you're collecting money, monitoring tasks accomplished for a project, or training for a marathon, keeping track of your progress can help evaluate your performance; observing your progress can also be a great motivator! If you have been wondering how to calculate the progress percentage of the goal, this tool is for you. Read along to learn about the percent to goal formula and better understand it with the example calculations we have prepared for you.

## How to calculate percent to goal. Percent to goal formula

Calculating the percentage of the goal is relatively straightforward. All you need to do is use the following formula:

percentage = (progress / goal) × 100,

where:

• progress – Progress you have made toward the goal;
• goal – The goal you want to achieve; and
• percentage – Percentage of progress you have made toward the goal, aka, percent to goal.

Want to have a better grasp of the concept of percentages? The percentage calculator is here to help.

## An example of percent to goal calculation

Now that you know how to calculate the progress percentage to the goal, let's discuss an example.

Let's say you are collecting money to buy a car, and your goal is to collect a total of $15,500. So far, you have collected$8,500. To measure your progress as a percentage, you would have to first divide your progress value (i.e., 8,500) by your goal value (i.e., 15,500) and then multiply the result by 100 to convert it into a percentage:

(8,500 / 15,500) × 100 ≈ 54.84

Meaning your progress as a percentage is approximately 54.84%.

🔎 Do you think the percent to goal calculator is helpful? Then don't forget to visit our percentage change calculator and percentage point calculator to determine the percentage change between two values and the percentage change between percentage points, respectively.

## FAQ

### How do I calculate percentage to goal?

To calculate the percentage of the goal, you can follow the next simple steps:

2. Multiply the value computed in step 1 by 100 to convert it into a percentage.
3. Voila! You now know how to calculate percent to goal.

### What is the percent to goal if the progress value is 15 and the goal is 26?

If the progress achieved toward the goal is 15, and the goal value you want to reach is 26, then the percentage to goal is approximately 57.69%. To break it down, 15 divided by 26 and multiplied by 100.

### What is the percent to goal if the progress value is 20 and the goal is 400?

If the progress you have made toward the goal is 20, and the goal value you want to achieve is 400, then the percentage to goal equals 5%. In other words, 20 divided by 400 and multiplied by 400.

### What is the percent to goal if the progress value is 440 and the goal is 1000?

If the progress accomplished toward the set goal is 440, and the goal value you want to achieve is 1000, then the percentage to goal value is 44%. In other words, 440 divided by 1000 and multiplied by 100.

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