Income Statement - Six Month Period (Multiple Choice Question)

If the income statement covered a six month period ending on November 30, 2010, the third line of the income statement would read:

A. Month ended November 30, 2010
B. November 30, 2010
C. Six-Month period ended November 30, 2010
D. Month of November, 2010

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I would go with the choice C. Six-month period ended on November 30, 2010.

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Month ended November 30, 2013

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