Date formula

nycard64

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I am using a formula =IF($D$1>L4,+$D$1-L4,-(+$D$1-L4)) to calculate a due date. But when something is overdue it still gives me a positive number. I would like to to state "Overdue" where would I add this. D1 = current date and L4 is projected date.
 

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