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    delayed/ deferred or postponed.

    Hi,
    I want to say that one cash flow provides money latter than another shall I write that the first cash flow is more deferred than the second?
    or maybe more delayed or more postponed ? maybe there is another way ?
    I asked in several forums but I do not have an answer.
    I will be really thankful for your help.

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    Re: delayed/ deferred or postponed.

    Quote Originally Posted by barokas View Post
    Hi,
    I want to say that one cash flow provides money latter later than another. shall Should I write that the first cash flow is more deferred than the second, or maybe more delayed, or more postponed? Maybe there is another way?

    I have already asked this question in several forums but I do not have an answer.

    I will be really thankful grateful for your help.
    Welcome to the forum.

    Can you give us an example of a cash flow providing money later than another? I'm not sure what you mean.

    See the amendments I made to your post in red. We don't put a space before a question mark.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: delayed/ deferred or postponed.

    Quote Originally Posted by barokas View Post
    Hi,
    I want to say that one cash flow provides money latter than another shall I write that the first cash flow is more deferred than the second?
    or maybe more delayed or more postponed ? maybe there is another way ?
    I asked in several forums but I do not have an answer.
    I will be really thankful for your help.
    Do you mean that one source of income pays later than another?

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