First (and last) day of the month.

Given a datetime, tells you the first day of the month.

CREATE FUNCTION dbo.FirstDayOfMonth(@datetime datetime)
RETURNS DATETIME AS
BEGIN
    RETURN DATEADD(MONTH,DatePart(MONTH, @datetime)-1,DATEADD(YEAR,DatePart(YEAR, @datetime)-1900,0))
END

Or even better...

CREATE FUNCTION dbo.FirstDayOfMonth(@datetime datetime)
RETURNS DATETIME WITH SCHEMABINDING AS
BEGIN
    return DATEADD(month, DATEDIFF(month, 0, @datetime), 0)
END

And for good measure, here's the last day of the month

CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[LastDayOfMonth](@datetime datetime)
RETURNS DATETIME AS
BEGIN
    RETURN DATEADD(DAY,-1,DATEADD(MONTH,1+DatePart(MONTH, @datetime)-1,DATEADD(YEAR,DatePart(YEAR, @datetime)-1900,0)))
END

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