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## Nested IF statements with several variables - convert from excel to DAX

I'm currently trying to convert existing excel formulas I have into PowerQuery (which i've only just started using).
A lot of it is straightforward, but i've come unstuck with nested IF statements.

My formula in excel is:

IF([@ED]=TRUE,"high financial stress",

IF(AND([@LWM1]>2,[@FC]>2,[@LWM2]>2,[@ED]=FALSE,[@R]=FALSE),"no financial stress",

IF(AND([@LWM1]=1,(OR([@FC]<3)),(OR([@LWM2]<3)),[@R]=TRUE),"high financial stress","financial stress")))

And i need to convert this to DAX for a custom column.

Any help would be hugely appreciated 🙂

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You modify your formula using DAX below:

```Result =
IF (
[@ED] = TRUE,
"high financial stress",
IF (
( [@LWM1] > 2 )
&& ( [@FC] > 2 )
&& ( [@LWM2] > 2 )
&& ( [@ED] = FALSE )
&& ( [@R] = FALSE ),
"no financial stress",
IF (
( [@LWM1] = 1 )
&& ( ( [@FC] < 3 )
|| ( [@LWM2] < 3 )
|| ( [@R] = TRUE ) ),
"high financial stress",
"financial stress"
)
)
)
```

Community Support Team _ Jimmy Tao

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Community Support

You modify your formula using DAX below:

```Result =
IF (
[@ED] = TRUE,
"high financial stress",
IF (
( [@LWM1] > 2 )
&& ( [@FC] > 2 )
&& ( [@LWM2] > 2 )
&& ( [@ED] = FALSE )
&& ( [@R] = FALSE ),
"no financial stress",
IF (
( [@LWM1] = 1 )
&& ( ( [@FC] < 3 )
|| ( [@LWM2] < 3 )
|| ( [@R] = TRUE ) ),
"high financial stress",
"financial stress"
)
)
)
```

Community Support Team _ Jimmy Tao

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Thanks so much for your help @v-yuta-msft

I don't need to use/create new formulas very often so am struggling to improve my understanding of DAX in PowerBI. Are there any particular resources that you would reccommend for this? (other than what's on PowerBI site)

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