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Date is same month

Excel formula: Date is same month
Generic formula 
=MONTH(date1)=MONTH(date2)
Explanation 

To test two dates to see they both have the same month, you can do so with a simple formula that uses the MONTH function. In the example shown, the formula in cell D6 is:

=MONTH(B6)=MONTH(C6)

How the formula works

In this case, Excel extracts the month from the date in cell B6 as a number, and the month in the cell C6 as a number, then tests for equivalency using the equal sign. Both dates are in January, so the formula is solved as follows and returns TRUE.

=MONTH(B6)=MONTH(C6)
=1=1
=TRUE

Same month as today

If you need to test a date to see if has the same month as the current date (today), you can use this formula:

=MONTH(date)=MONTH(TODAY())

Same month and year

To test that a date is the same month and year is another date, you can use this clever formula proposed by reader Eric Kalin:

EOMONTH(date1,0)=EOMONTH(date2,0)
Author 
Dave Bruns

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