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Trade Discount

Trade discount refers to discounts that vendors give to buyers to make them pay within a certain period of time as a way to improve their incoming cash flows collections. For instance, a 2/10, n30 trade discount means the buyer will get 2% discount if they pay within 10 days, with the whole invoice due in 30 days.

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