- brought forward
- = b/fIn book-keeping, describing an amount that is the total of the corresponding column on the previous page.
Accounting dictionary. 2014.
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brought forward — UK US 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 th … Financial and business terms
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