bring forward

/ˌbrɪŋ 'fɔ:wəd/ verb
1. to make something take place earlier
to bring forward the date of repayment
The date of the next meeting has been brought forward to March.
2. to take an account balance from the end of the previous period as the starting point for the current period
Balance brought forward: £365.15

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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