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    net vs nett

    G'day - as an accountant I'm curious as to whether we should be referring to "net assets" or "nett assets". Most people I know use "net" but I was originally taught to use "nett" - is this incorrect or are either okay? Cheers, Vix

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    Re: net vs nett

    nett - definition of nett by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

    According to this, it is a variant spelling. I've never seen it, but then again, I'm not an accountant.

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