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Record Selection Formula Help

Record Selection Formula Help

Record Selection Formula Help

Hello, I am trying to edit a sub report for a report I am working on. The purpose of the sub report is to display a tenant's monthly charges effective on the date I specify. The date that I specify could have charges that are labeled as "future" or "current". Therefore I am trying to sort the sub report so that if the future rate applies in this case it does not print the current rate otherwise print the current rate. Below is what I have tried to do and currently if the future rate exists it prints it but then if it does not it always prints the current rate. I am not sure how to edit this appropriately.

This is this sub report as a reference.

This is the result of the sub report.

In this picture the "current" rate is $4,093 and the "future" rate is $4,175

This is the formula I am currently trying to use for sorting. I have highlighted what the issue portion of the formula is.

{PML_LEASE__LEASE_RECURRING_CHARGE.Frequency} <> "Annually" and
(If ({PML_LEASE__LEASE_RECURRING_CHG_LOG.Status} = "Future" and
{PML_LEASE__LEASE_RECURRING_CHG_LOG.Effective_Date} = {?Start Date for New Rates}) Then
{PML_LEASE__LEASE_RECURRING_CHG_LOG.Status} in ["Future"] Else

Thank you for any help.

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