> You should date() do the work here. So just take the month and then
> +1. Date() will take care the result is a valid date.
> Below is some example...

Well... I meant: let mktime() do the work... not date(). Date() only
shows the result of mktime() in a proper format. Mktime() makes sure
it's a valid time(stamp) :)

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