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Between Date and Year End

Experts,

I need a formula that returns data between the current date and the year end.

I have the following and I need to modify it as so.
Between Date() And Date()+Nz([Enter Number of Days in Future],100000) Or Is Null

thank you
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Dale Fye

I prefer the following syntax:

>= Date() AND < DateSerial(Year(date()) + 1, 1, 1)
Dale Fye

Not knowing whether the field you are trying to filter on contains only date data, if you use the BETWEEN syntax, and use DateSerial(Year(Date()) + 1, 1, 1) then you would also retrieve data for Jan 1, 2015.  By using the < you are certain to get only data pertaining to 2014.
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Dale, thanks.  I think I need to include days that are 5 days after year end.  I think I would need Between and that DateSerial if I am thinking correctly.  Not sure exactly what I need to change for 5 days after year end.  Could you help me with that?
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Perfect.  Thank you