The Push to next period after" date functionality increases expiration dates an additional year when the membership creation date is after both the expiration date and the "Push to next period" date "

The "Push to next period after" date functionality increases expiration dates an additional year when the membership creation date is after both the expiration date and the "Push to next period" date.

The combination of the Membership creation date being after the “push to next period after” date and also being after the Membership expiration date causes the undesired behavior of the expiration date of the newly created membership to jump ahead an additional year.

Example:

Using a Membership expiration date of 6/30 and a "Push to next period after" date of 4/1 yields the follwing results:

Membership Transaction Date:   3/1/2012                  Expiration Date:    6/30/2012
Membership Transaction Date:   4/1/2012                  Expiration Date:    6/30/2013
Membership Transaction Date:   7/1/2012                  Expiration Date:    6/30/2014  

Download and install the latest version and patch, if applicable. 

Environment

 2.9.1001, patch 88
 2.94.1524, patch 52

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