- EOM is an abbreviation for end-of-month dating. This term is used to describe the merchandise contract payment schedule used between retailers and manufacturers. Due date and discounts are due at the end of the month when the invoice is dated rather than the invoice date itself.
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EOM — ACCOUNTING COMMERCE end of month; used on invoice S to show that they should be paid within 30 days of the end of the month following. For example, invoices sent before the end of March should be paid by the end of May * * * EOM UK US adjective ► … Financial and business terms
EOM — end of month (dating) датировано концом месяца … Финансово-инвестиционный толковый словарь
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