Determine if a Date is Between two dates then return that date

DRDBRuss

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I have alist of dates on one tab (Calculations)in monthly intervals, on another tab (InterestSplits) I have a list of dates. I want to put the date from the second tabnext to the date on the first tab that the date is between.

I have tried the following IF statement but this does notreturn to the desired result:
=IFS('Interest Splits'!F3:F373,'InterestSplits'!F3:F373,">="&A12,'InterestSplits'!F3:F373,"<="&A13,'Interest Splits'!A3:A373,B1)
As I have multiple client data, the section of the formula'Interest Splits'!A3:A373,B1 determineswhich client I am looking against.

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Try

=SUMPRODUCT(('Interest Splits'!A\$3:A\$373=B1)*(YEAR('Interest Splits'!F\$3:F\$373=YEAR(A12)*(MONTH('Interest Splits'!F\$3:F\$373=MONTH(A12)))
and copy down the column

Thanks Special-K99, unfortunately that didn’t seem to work.I probably didn’t explain it very well.
Below are some cut down examples of the data from each tab

To use an example, the result I expect to see is: when I put1 in cell B1 on the Calculations tab, the dates on the Interest Splits tab toappear next to the date range they are between. So 16/10/2014 should appear incell B13 and 08/07/2015 should appear in cell B22.

I’ve tried numerous formula but none seem to work for me !!
Interest Splits:
 Int Received Key Cust Name Plan No CONCAT Amount Date 1​ 609.89​ 06/10/2014​ 1​ 2344​ 08/07/2015​ 2​ 1151.06​ 06/10/2014​ 2​ 4689​ 08/07/2015​ 3​ 1354.74​ 25/03/2014​ 3​ 970.97​ 01/07/2014​ 3​ 981.64​ 06/10/2014​ 3​ 981.64​ 14/01/2015​ 3​ 1930​ 07/07/2015​
<tbody> </tbody>

Calculations:
 Key 1​ Date (Expected) Date (Actual) 03/07/2014​ X 30/09/2014​ 31/10/2014​ 30/11/2014​ 31/12/2014​ 31/01/2015​ 28/02/2015​ 31/03/2015​ 30/04/2015​ 31/05/2015​ 30/06/2015​ 31/07/2015​
<tbody> </tbody>

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