What Is a Rolling Calendar Year?

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A rolling calendar year refers to a 12 month period starting at any point in the calendar and running for 12 months. It can be used to determine the amount of leave an employee has used over a 12 month period. It can also be used in company reports to calculate profits over a 12 month period.
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