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(it has at my company...though I never understood how 2002 could be starting in April of 2001...).

It corresponds to the fiscal year end. That's why on the statements, you will see Fiscal Year Ending XX/XX/XXXX or Period Ending XX/XX/XXXX. You'll see the fiscal periods starting in the prevoius year with companies that have non-calender fiscal years - - although Intel's fiscal end is basically the calender year end, so I'm not sure what you are referring to.

The Wolf

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