UK Accounting Glossary
MJSD is an acronym representing the months March, June, September and December. Each is the final month of its respective financial reporting quarter for earnings, payment of dividends, interest and the expiration of certain financial derivative contracts, including futures and options.
While MJSD (March, June, September and December) represents the most important reporting months, other combinations are equally as valid. JAJO (January, April, July and October) and FMAN (February, May, August and November) are also commonly used but the vast majority of domestic companies use the MJSD reporting cycle.
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This glossary post was last updated: 9th December 2019.