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Sql Query alternate

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JonMny asked on
Microsoft SQL Server
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I have this query (simplified). I have narrowed down the issue to the Amount column query. I know if I can move that column query to the bottom and join it will be faster. I have written the query doing so and I get the results that I need except it gives me extra rows. Can anyone suggest how this might be done.

Select
                  aID,
                  aID,
                  FG,
                  TheDate,
                  (
                        Select top 1
                              Amount
                        from
                              AccountHistory i
                        Where
                              i.TheDate >= '1/1/2011' and
                              aID Between '0' and '9' and
                              o.aID = i.aID and
                              o.aID = i.aID and
                              o.FG = i.FG and
                              o.TheDate >= i.TheDate
                        Order by
                              i.aID,
                              i.aID,
                              i.FG,
                              i.TheDate desc
                  ) as Amount,
                  
            from
            MainTable
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