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DateTime result = DateTime.Now.AddYears(-1);
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New DateTime(DateTime.Now.Year - 1, 12, 31)
Dim LastDateOfLastYear As DateTime = (New DateTime(DateTime.Today.Year, 1, 1)).AddDays(-1)
Dim DateLastYear As DateTime = DateTime.Today.AddYears(-1)
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You should always use ToDay if you have no use for the time part.
you cannot use the date as is but will have to take steps to strip the time part.
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