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Nested SUMIFs?

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    Nested SUMIFs?

    What I'm trying to achieve in the attached spreadsheet is to add up all the cash flows made over the life or each investment opportunity that failed in the quarter the investment failed.I'm essentially determining the amount of investment write-offs that must be made each quarter.

    In the sample spreadsheet, for example, two investments failed in 3Q14 - investments C6 and C9. Cell W115 must total the sum of all invested cash flows for those two investments (which are either the light blue squares or OR the two green squares). If it helps, column F contains the number of cash flows for the Investment in column E.

    I was trying nested SUMIFs with arrays but have (again) hit the limits of my Excel knowledge.

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    Re: Nested SUMIFs?

    What constitutes a "failed investment" in terms of your data? Assuming those are the ones that have values up to the quarter in question but then have no values next quarter you could use this formula

    =SUMIFS(E39:E100,V39:V100,"<>0",W39:W100,0)

    You could make that more dynamic based on choice of quarter if you want
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    Re: Nested SUMIFs?

    Quote Originally Posted by daddylonglegs View Post

    =SUMIFS(E39:E100,V39:V100,"<>0",W39:W100,0)
    Thanks, that largely worked. I had to change the "<>" to "<" to make it work properly. Have the challenge with Excel is actually knowing what formulas exist.

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