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Adding expenses year to date with remaining months forecast



- I have a measure called [Total Expenses] which I usually view the year to date monthly by filtering all of the months that have happened so far.

- I have a second measure called [3 Year Average] which shows the expense average of the previous 3 years 


- I am looking to create a measure that will forecast the end of year totals by adding all expeneses to the current month with the 3 year average of the remaining month. Can anyone help me with this?



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Hi @Winz08,


I'm a little confused about your scenario.


If it is convenient, could you share your data sample as table and your desired output so that we can help further on it.


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Hi @v-piga-msft,


I am not sure what more I can add then the table I already pasted. I have those two coloums and they link to a date table that recognizes the monthincalander (from 1-12). I am just looking for a formula that will take all of the months with expeneses populated and add them together (in this case 9 months) and in the months without expenses yet (oct,nov,dec) I want to add the 3 year average coloum for these months to get an overall projected end of year number [total expeneses] for all months todate + [3 year average] for remaining months left

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See if my Time Intelligence the Hard Way provides a different way of accomplishing what you are going for.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I did look, this isnt exactly what I was hoping for but appreciate the ideas.

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