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Anyone have an idea how I can get this data into a LINQ statement example?

SELECT GP.StatusGroupID, GP.StatusGroupName,
       MONTH(IV.PeriodEndDate) PEMonth, YEAR(IV.PeriodEndDate) PEYear,
       COUNT(*) InvCount
 FROM [Customer].[dbo].[invInvoice] IV
 INNER JOIN [Customer].[dbo].[invStatus] ST ON IV.StatusID = ST.StatusID
 INNER JOIN [Customer].[dbo].[invStatusGroup] GP ON ST.StatusGroupID = GP.StatusGroupID
   WHERE
      IV.PeriodEndDate >= DATEADD(MONTH, -11, DATEADD(MONTH, DATEDIFF(MONTH, 0, GETDATE()), 0)) AND
      IV.PeriodEndDate < DATEADD(MONTH, 1, DATEADD(MONTH, DATEDIFF(MONTH, 0, GETDATE()), 0))
GROUP BY GP.StatusGroupID, StatusGroupName, MONTH(IV.PeriodEndDate), YEAR(IV.PeriodEndDate)
ORDER BY PEYear, PEMonth, StatusGroupID
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var result = (from iv in db.[invInvoice]
             join st in db.[invStatus] on iv.StatusID equals st.StatusID
	     join gp in db.[invStatusGroup] on st.StatusGroupID equals gp.StatusGroupID
	     group iv by new { gp.StatusGroupID, gp.StatusGroupName,
       IV.PeriodEndDate.Month, IV.PeriodEndDate.Year, COUNT(*)} into r
select new
{

  StatusGroupID =  r.Key.StatusGroupID,
StatusGroupName = r.Key.StatusGroupName,
// and so on...


}).ToList();

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