The EOMONTH (EndOfMonth) function in Excel is one that most people do not use because they just don’t know that it exists.

It is a great Excel function to use if you want to see when the month end date is from a current date’s value.

So if you have sales reps who make a sale during the month and their commission is due to be paid at the end of the next month, the EOMONTH function will help you determine the total sales due.





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