Notes to Financial Statements
The following section describes the organization and significant accounting policies of the Funds and provides
more detailed information about the schedules and tables that appear throughout this report. In addition, the
Notes explain how the Funds operate and the methods used in preparing and presenting this report.
1. ORGANIZATION AND SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
Janus Investment Fund (the "Trust") is registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the "1940 Act")
as a no-load, open-end management investment company. Four series of shares (the "Bond Funds") included in
this report invest primarily in income-producing securities, and three series of shares (the "Money Market Funds")
invest exclusively in high-quality money market instruments.
Each of the Money Market Funds offers three classes of shares. "Investor Shares" are available to the general
public, and "Institutional Shares" are available only to investors that meet certain minimum account sizes. "Service
Shares" are available through banks and other financial institutions.
The following policies have been consistently followed by the Funds and are in conformity with accounting
principles generally accepted in the United States of America in the investment company industry.
Securities are valued at the closing price for securities traded on a principal exchange (U.S. or foreign) and on the
NASDAQ National Market. Securities traded on over-the-counter markets and listed securities for which no
sales are reported are valued at the latest bid price (or yield equivalent thereof) obtained from one or more
dealers making a market for such securities or by a pricing service approved by the Funds' Trustees. Short-term
investments maturing within 60 days for the Bond Funds and all money market securities in the Money Market
Funds are valued at amortized cost, which approximates market value. Foreign securities are converted to U.S.
dollars using exchange rates at the close of