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Hi experts,

Our clients have their individual budget, and they are allowed to use over $100 or 10% on top of the [budget] which is lesser. I'd like to have a field in query, that calculates the [Budget]+$100 or [Budget]*1.1 and takes which is the less. How do I do it?

Thank you!
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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BudGetLimit:  IIF([Budget]+100<[Budget]*1.1,[Budget]+100, [Budget]*1.1 )

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Yes, Jim, it's perfect. Thank you very much!
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