Yes. The ‘non-calendar fiscal year’ can either correspond to calendar months or to non-calendar months.
In the case of non-calendar months as the posting periods, you need to specify the start and end date of these posting periods. Consider a fiscal year starting on April 16th, 2005 and ending on April 15th, 2006. Here, the posting period-1 starts on April 16th and ends on May 15th and so on. Note that the posting period-9 will have 2 displacements (0 and −1) as indicated below in the Table:
|Posting Period||Start Date||End Date||Year||Year Displacement|
As a result, a posting made on December 27th, 2005, as well as the posting made on January 14th, 2006 are correctly identified as postings corresponding to period-9.