 # Sum if date is greater than given date

In this article, we will learn about how to Sum values if date is greater using SUMIF in Excel.

In simple words, while working with long data sheet. Sometimes we need to find the sum if only the value which lay between the required dates or say
we need to add values where data date of the corresponding values is greater than the given date.

SUMIF function returns the sum of range if date is greater than given date.
Syntax:

=SUMIFS(range , “>=” & date, Sum_range)

range : Set of dates
& : operator used to concatenate other operator.
Sum_range : range where sum is required

Let’s understand this function using it in an example. Here we need to find the TotalPrice sum if date is greater than 2/20/2019

So we will use the formula to get the amount

=SUMIF(A2:A10,”>=” &I3,F2:F10)

A2:A10 : range where condition is applied
“>=” & I3 : greater than date value in I3(2/20/2019).
F2:F10 : Sum_range Use the formula as stated above and click Enter. As you can see the formula returns 739.06, the Totalprice greater than the given date.

For customization just change the date in I3 cell and get the results with the formula.

You can perform the same function with Excel SUMIFS function.
Use the formula:

=SUMIFS(sum_range , date, “>” & date)

Hope you understood how to get the sum if date is greater than a given date in Excel. Explore more articles on Excel SUMIF function here. Please feel free to state your query or feedback for the above article.

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