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Counting The Number Of Dates In An Aging Bucket

I am trying to report on the number of dates that fall between standard aging dates (30-60-90-120+) given the TODAY() function. See attached, i need to count how many clients have had a "Service Campaign" run in the last 30-60-90 days.


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