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I am trying to calculate revenue for Q2 only for a given property

Here's what i had in the cell

=SUMIFS({Garden Grove Bill Rate}, {Garden Grove Inv Date}, YEAR(@cell) = YEAR(TODAY()), {Garden Grove Inv Date}, MONTH(@cell) > 3).

But that formula doesnt work now that we are in july. as it calculates july revenue as well.

So this is what i changed it to

=SUMIFS({Creekwood Apartments Bill Rate}, {Creekwood Apartments Inv Date}, YEAR(@cell) = YEAR(TODAY()), {Creekwood Apartments Inv Date}, MONTH(@cell) > 3, {Creekwood Apartments Inv Date}, MONTH(@cell) < 7)

Just wandering if there is an easier way, other than adding another @row reference. Can i use a date range with an @row reference that would express months 3-6?

thanks,

SGF

 

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Try this: 

=SUMIFS({Garden Grove Bill Rate}, {Garden Grove Inv Date}, >=DATE(2019, 4, 1), {Garden Grove Inv Date}, <=DATE(2019, 6, 30))

When referencing the same range twice within a SUMIFS, you can use the AND function to help save yourself from having to duplicate the range.

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=SUMIFS({Creekwood Apartments Bill Rate}, {Creekwood Apartments Inv Date}, AND(YEAR(@cell) = YEAR(TODAY()), MONTH(@cell) > 3, MONTH(@cell) < 7))