Check the relative periods for the column in the report definition.  According to the date they are printing the report for, the relative periods may be crossing a year. If you try to cross a year with the relative periods, you will receive a 153 error.  You need to use the relative year to do this.

Example:
Column A - Account number and description
Column B - Period to Date - Relative Period   0   Relative Year 0
Column C - Period to Date - Relative Period  -1   Relative Year 0
Column D - Period to Date - Relative Period  -2   Relative Year 0

Year End Date:  06/30

If the report is run as of September 30, you will not receive an error because Column B will be September, Column C will be August, and Column D will be July (in the same date table/Fiscal Year)

If report is run as of August 31 there will be a 153 error because Column B will be August, Column C will be July, Column D will be June (June is in a different date table/Fiscal Year)


To correct for August 31:
Column A - Account number and description
Column B - Period to Date - Relative Period   0    Relative Year 0
Column C - Period to Date - Relative Period  -1    Relative Year 0
Column D - Period to Date - Relative Period  10   Relative Year -1