What Does 'MM' Mean in Accounting?

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All industries have their own unique language, and accountancy is no exception. Some of the terms in use are simple acronyms, such as LTL for long-term liabilities; others, such as MM, are derived from Roman numerals. Learning the exact meaning of individual acronyms and abbreviations is essential if confusion is to be avoided.


In Roman numerals, M represents 1,000. In accounting, the suffix MM is used to represent 1,000 thousands, which equals 1 million. When MM is used in this way, $150,000,000 is written as $150MM.

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