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Meaning of "brought forward" - Business English Dictionary

brought forward

adjective
 
 
( abbreviation b/f, abbreviation b/fwd, also brought down, abbreviation b/d)
ACCOUNTING used to refer to an amount at the end of a column, page, or accounting period that is copied at the beginning of the next column, page, or period: a brought forward total
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