I want to say "15 years to date" or "15 years to present" Which phrase is correct? Or does either one work?
I am filling out a registration for a nonprofit. The application says
(state the period of its "the organization" duration)
so should I say 15 years/15 years to date/15 years to present?
the other says
(state the term of its"the organizations" existence if other than perpetual)
again 15 years to date or 15 years to present?
thank you to whoever helps me out.
'15 years to date' in both cases.
I don't understand the second question. Does "perpetual" mean it has always existed, or it will always exist? Could "15 years" here mean that you envisage it to last another 15 years?