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nicktayl Regular Visitor
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Loans Outstanding at Month End

Loans are funded and later paid off. I want to show the total outstanding as of every funding month end. Payoff dates will be null or have a date. If a loan is funded in Jan and paid off in Jul, i want to show it included in the Jun month end outstanding balance.

This is a last resort option as I will have to create a similar measure for every measure i want included in outstanding portfolio reports (basically duplicating measures that already exist which now include the date filters. This is proving more difficult than previously planned.

I also tried using cube functions in Excel to apply multiple date criteria. This was not working correctly. I need to see a working example to try to replicate.
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v-yulgu-msft Super Contributor
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Re: Loans Outstanding at Month End

Hi @nicktayl,

 

Please follow this blog to provide more detailed information, such as sample data and desired result so that I can test for you.

 

Regards,

Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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