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I need to know when is the date for the next transaction and the amount.

I have a simple excel attached.  I am not sure if this is an Index, Match.
I have a list of dates along top row and amounts in the cells below.  I want to show the date and associated amount of the next amount after current date.

I think it will make sense once you open the file.

thank you
EE_Sum.xlsx
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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=INDEX(1:1,MATCH(TODAY(),1:1)+1)
=INDEX(1:2,2,MATCH(TODAY(),1:1)+1)
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B4
=IFERROR(INDEX(1:1,1,MATCH(TODAY(),1:1,1)+1), B1)

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B5
=HLOOKUP(B4,1:2,2,FALSE)

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Thank you!
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