What is a Blackout Period
A blackout period is a term that refers to a temporary period in which access is limited or denied.
2. A period of around 60 days during which employees of a company with a retirement or investment plan cannot modify their plans. Notice must be given to employees in advance of a pending blackout.
BREAKING DOWN Blackout Period
1. This term is often in regards to contracts, policies and business activities. For example, when a political party is unable to advertise for a set amount of time before an election.