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    #1

    Cool later on or at a later date?

    What is the differnece between later on and at a later date?
    Can i say like
    The rest of your order will be sent to you later on? If no, why?

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    #2

    Re: later on or at a later date?

    At a later date is more definite and more formal.

    Later on is informal and sounds similar to, "when I get around to it," or, "when I feel like it."

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