Using formula to calculate figures based on dates, it gives circular reference

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Ledger No:ID#SrcAccount Name DateMemoBeginning Yr BalanceDebitCreditCl Daily BalCl Mon Bal
4-1100GJ000327GJSales30-Sep-16PayPal US Transactions0 $77,477.73($122,046.23)($122,046.23)
4-1100CR000382CRSales07-Oct-16 0 $53.79$0.00$0.00
4-1100CR000383CRSales07-Oct-16 0 $53.79($122,153.81)$0.00

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Hi, This is the current formula that I am using.

=IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Beginning Balance",C4931)),D4931+I4932-J4932,K4931+I4932-J4932)

This is taking into account cumulative figures Month over Month. Hence I need to remove the last end of month figures.

Below is the formula that I had typed out on this:

=IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Beginning Balance",C4929)),D4929+I4930-J4930,IF(AND(MONTH(F4929)=MONTH(F4930)),K4929+I4930-J4930,K4929-K4930))

When I use the formula IF(AND(MONTH(F4929)=MONTH(F4930)),K4929+I4930-J4930,K4929-K4930))

It gives in the correct result but when I combine it with this, it tells me circular reference warning. IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Beginning Balance",C4929)),D4929+I4930-J4930


Could you please help how else could i remove cumulative figures for my data with daily and monthly figures.

Thank you
 

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