=IF(AND(D2>=55000,D2<=66000),IF(AND(C2="A"),K148,IF(AND(C2="B"),K149,IF(AND(C2="C"),K150,IF(AND(C2="D"),K151,IF(AND(C2="E"),K152,IF(AND(C2="F"),K153,0)))))))

What I need to do now is to nest two other nearly identical formulas into this one, but can’t quite seem to get the syntax correct.

The initial condition to be evaluated is the value of cell D2. So the second statement needs to account for a number that is >66000 and <=77000 while the third is for a number that is >77000 and <=88000. No numbers less than 55000 or greater than 88000 need to be evaluated.

The other differences are the reference cells that the formula calls when the “text” conditions are true. So in the case where D2=70000, “A” will reference M148 and in the third, depending on the number in D2, an “A” will reference O148, and so on.

Therefore, depending on the number in D2, the formula will travel down one of three possible logic paths to return a corresponding value contained in columns K, M, or O.