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Cumulative Total in months filter

Cumulative values is showing wrong in 2020 and 2019 but 2021 is correct even I am using same measures in all three. Please find snapshot for reference and below mentioned measures.

Amount Paid 2020 = CALCULATE([Amount Paid QAR],Data,‘Calendar Table’[Year]=“2020”) CORRECT

Cumulative Paid 2020 =
CALCULATE([Amount Paid 2020],
FILTER(ALLSELECTED(‘Calendar Table’),
‘Calendar Table’[Date] <= MAX(‘Calendar Table’[Date]))) WRONG

Cumulative Paid 2021 =
CALCULATE([Amount Paid 2021],
FILTER(ALLSELECTED(‘Calendar Table’),
‘Calendar Table’[Date] <= MAX(‘Calendar Table’[Date]))) CORRECT

@khurram Do you have a slicer with a selection over a year? If not, then MAX is returning the MAX date, possibly a date of 2021, whereas the Amount Paid measure is for 2020, that’s why you are getting a single number, you are not manipulating the filter context correctly.

You logic needs to be bit more complex.

VAR VisibleMonth = 
    CALCULATE ( 
        MAX ( Dates[Calendar Year Month Number] ),
        Dates[Calendar Year Number] = 2007
    )
VAR Result = 
    CALCULATE ( 
        [Total Sales],
        Dates[Calendar Year Number] = 2007 &&
        Dates[Calendar Year Month Number] <= VisibleMonth,
        REMOVEFILTERS ( Dates )
    ) 
RETURN
    Result

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@Sharma Thank you, yes I am not using slicer with a selection over a year.
In the same scenario how can I calculate sum of amount paid 2020 from January to October 2020?

@khurram The solution is already shared above. Did you check it?

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@Antriksh Can you please elaborate Dates[Calendar Year Month Number] ?
Dates[Calendar Year Number] = 2007 This column reference is clear where I have years.

@khurram Calendar Year Month Number is a column which contains 2 columns combined into one, Month Number and Calendar Year Number.

Instead of preparing a filter context with 2 columns, Calendar Year Month Number helps in using only one column. It is the one of most important columns of a Date table in my opinion.

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