Despite the latest technology, 14-week quarters confuse financial markets. Here’s how.
A business that called me to book a job has a calendar with March (and every following month) a day early and so they had me booked for Tuesday March 30th (not March 31st as it should have been), maybe because it was a Leap Year that year. This wouldn’t happen if we used a Fixed Calendar:
But the old French Republican calendar, suggested as the solution in Matthew’s article, appears not to have been researched with the latest offerings in mind. The International Fixed Calendar.