# If(And Multiple Conditions

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#### Micki

C D H I J
Month Start Date End Date June July
5,821.83 1/1/08 5,821.83

I have a formula that looks at a start date and places the monthly salary
based on the start date in the appropriate month, and carries it forward for
the rest of the year. How do I incorporate an additional statement that also
looks at the "End Date" field, and will enter a zero in the last pay month,
and subsequent months for the rest of the year? My formula is:

=IF(\$C5="",0,IF(\$G5>=--"6/30/2008",0,IF(\$G5<--"6/1/2008",\$C5,IF(AND(\$G5<--"6/30/2008",\$G5>--"6/14/2008"),\$C5/2,))))

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#### Bob Phillips

Why the hard-coded dates? it is very difficult to determine what your data
looks like from that example.

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#### Micki

That's the only way I knew how to do it. It'd rather reference other cells.
Here's what I want. I someone has a start date of June 1, then enter a full
month's salry. If they have a start date of June 15, enter 1/2 mo. salary. If
however, sonone started January 1 and quit September 30, I want the monthly
salary to reflect \$0 Oct - Dec.