IF Formula
I'm trying to write a formula that is technically an IF/OR formula. I have 3 IF statements that need to be considered. I've added each separately to make sure my statement is correct. It's when I pull all three together it blows up. I have 3 columns that are being used in this formula
Day of Month, Current Month and Pay Periods Per Month
=IF([Day of Month]@row >= 30, [Current Month]@row * [Pay Periods Per Month]@row, IF([Day of Month]@row < 15, [Current Month]@row * [Pay Periods Per Month]@row  2), IF([Day of Month]@row >= 15, [Current Month]@row * [Pay Periods Per Month]@row  1))
The current error message is #incorrect argument set, I've also had #invalid operation errors as well in my efforts to make this work.. If reordered the formula and tried an IF(OR in the middle (IF(OR(>= 15, < 30). The error seems to occur related to the middle range  which is technically greater than or equal to 15 but less than 30. I can make it work with greater than/equal to 30 and less than 15, but it returns blank for the last IF statement. I tried adding a false answer for this but I think that gives me #unparseable.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Thank you, your suggestion helped a lot. I had to make a couple of adjustments, as I had tried so many variations, what a posted was wrong, too. Using your suggested formula, I was able to correct my error and tweak it to account for varied Accrual Start Dates and my results are now correct. Here is my final formula:
=SUM([Current Month]@row  [Accrual Start Month]@row) * [Pay Periods Per Month]@row + IF([Day of Month]@row >= 30, 2, IF([Day of Month]@row >= 15, 1, 0))
Thanks so much!
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Your existing formula just has a misplace parenthesis after the 2 portion. That should be at the end of the formula.
Your formula could also be written this way:
=[Current Month]@row * [Pay Periods Per Month]@row  IF([Day of Month]@row >= 30, 0, IF([Day of Month]@row >= 15, 1, 2))
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Thank you, your suggestion helped a lot. I had to make a couple of adjustments, as I had tried so many variations, what a posted was wrong, too. Using your suggested formula, I was able to correct my error and tweak it to account for varied Accrual Start Dates and my results are now correct. Here is my final formula:
=SUM([Current Month]@row  [Accrual Start Month]@row) * [Pay Periods Per Month]@row + IF([Day of Month]@row >= 30, 2, IF([Day of Month]@row >= 15, 1, 0))
Thanks so much!
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