Not sure what your asking for, your information is a bit thin,

but if you have a date in B3 then putting this formula in B4 will always give you June 30th.=EOMONTH(B3,6-MONTH(B3))

MIKE

Sorry so thin, Mike! I have a date and need to advance it to the next June 30th.

I'm getting #Name? with this formula.

Oh, just read how to load Analysis ToolPak. Hmmm. I need to email this spreadsheet to other users with various versions/OS.

I need to email this spreadsheet to other users with various versions/OS.Just add a note, telling them to make sure they have the Analysis ToolPak add-in checked.

I'm pretty sure it comes with all versions.

MIKE

Hi, If you can't use EOMONTH() as suggested by Mike, try this formula

=IF(B3<DATE(YEAR(B3),6,30),DATE(YEAR(B3),6,30),DATE(YEAR(B3)+1,6,30))Up to 29th June, this returns 30th June in the same year, and from 30th June on it returns 30th June of the next year.

Regards

I'M DANCING! THANKS SO MUCH!

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