stub period

stub period
stub period, Also known as an interim period.
This is the portion of the fiscal year that has occurred or is reportable so far. For example, if a company is filing a Form 10-Q for its second fiscal quarter ended June 30, the stub period would be six months or the first half of the company's fiscal year.

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