fiscal year


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fiscal year

(FY) (fiskăl yēr)
Any 12-month cycle that a business or other enterprise chooses to organize its financial reporting.
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Despite a slowdown in volume in the second half of the fiscal year, the company's folding trailer division achieved record sales of nearly $73 million, 13 percent ahead of prior year revenues.
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In addition, to fulfill our obligations under the South Pacific Multilateral Fisheries Treaty, we are requesting $18 million in ESF in fiscal year 2005.
Analysts believe the number of properties that have new construction or change ownership could both increase by 30 percent this fiscal year.
Because of your support in fiscal year 2002, we are well on the way to doing this.
Parents with minor children might consider adopting a fiscal year for those children on their first tax returns.
The hospital is expecting to end the 1995-96 fiscal year with a net income of between $4.
The President's fiscal year 2002 budget marks the beginning of a new strategic orientation for U.
May also filed an amended return to apply the fiscal-year 1985 overpayment to the third estimate for fiscal year 1986.
The Company also reported that it will be making non-cash tax adjustments and restating its previously reported net income for the first three quarters of fiscal year 2006 due to the applicability of an accounting principle covering use of pre-emergence bankruptcy net operating loss ("NOL") carry forwards.
The AICPA Tax Division has been working diligently to reform the fiscal year election rules under Sec.
Net sales attributable to our Stores segment for fiscal year 2006 were $628.