While giving a short comment for the report, to describe that the data is counted from the beginning to today. It's just like YTD - Year To Day, except that I don't care about the starting date here. Is there such an abbreviation? Do we use UTT - Up To Today?


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I've seen "To Date" used for just that purpose.

But I'm unsure if it is abbreviated to TD. I have seen UTD used for the purpose but I don't think its nearly as recognizable as YTD.

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    People will usually recognise the meaning of "Year TD", and by extension they would recognise "Month TD" or "Week TD". But "TD" would not normally be used on its own, and as you say, the full phrase is "year to date" (apparently a shortened form of "from the beginning of the year to the current date".
    – Steve
    Apr 10, 2020 at 14:12

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