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    Help! Using the If formula for dates and $$



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    I have been searching for a solution to my problem for a week now. So I decided to ask for help. I am close....I can feel it!
    Ok here's what I am trying to do:

    My spreadsheet consists of keeping of with funds that has a set expiration date.

    Here's the formula I came up with =IF(E256<>0,(D257+E256)-E15,IF(AND(B256<DATEVALUE("4/30/2016"),(D257-E15),D257)))

    Here's what I am trying to achieve:

    If the balance in cell E256 is less than or grater than 0 then accrued funds in cell D257 + Expiring funds in Cell E256 - payments reimbursed for expenses in cell E15. But if the expiration date of 4/30/2016 in cell B256 has passed then only subtract the accrued funds in cell D257 from payments in cell E15.

    If you need any additional information please let me know.

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    Perhaps?

    =IF(E256<>0,IF(B256<DATEVALUE("4/30/2016"),(D257-E15),(D257+E256)-E15),D257)


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