If current year is greater than the last record year...

On a form I have a command button which when clicked adds a record and populates a date field using:

    If Me.NewRecord Then
        Me.txtDateChecked = DMax("[DateChecked]", "Treatment", "[ID] = " & Forms!frmTreatments!txtID)
    End If

This is working fine EXCEPT...  if the current year is > the year of...  "= DMax("[DateChecked]", "Treatment", "[ID] = " & Forms!frmTreatments!txtID)", then I want the txtDateChecked to be empty.

How can I code this?

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If Me.NewRecord Then
         Me.txtDateChecked = DMax("[DateChecked]", "Treatment", "[ID] = " & Forms!frmTreatments!txtID)
          If Year(Nz(Me.txtDateChecked,0)) <> Year(Date()) Then
               Me.txtDateChecked = Null
          End If
 End If

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SteveL13Author Commented:
Perfect.  Thanks.
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