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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The Union minister was attending Monday's sitting to submit a National Planning Bill covering a six-month transitional period from 1 April to September 30, when the country will adjust its fiscal year and budgeting calendar.
Production worldwide for the first half of the current fiscal year experienced a year-on-year increase for the fourth consecutive year (since the fiscal year ended March 31, 2013), setting record high production for the first half of any fiscal years.
Overall state expenditure is estimated to top BD7.331.835 billion for the fiscal years 2013-2014 -- BD3.624.092 billion for 2013 and the remaining BD3.707.743 billion for 2014.
The investment income was KRW1.01bn in fiscal year 2009 with an annual compound growth rate of 12% over the last five years (ranging from fiscal year 2004 through fiscal year 2009).
Of the approximately $1.17 billion in ESF assistance provided by the United States to the West Bank and Gaza from fiscal years 2008 and 2009 ESF appropriations, USAID obligated a total of about $1.16 billion and expended $678.5 million, as of December 31, 2009.
87-57 contain the IRS position on granting business-purpose fiscal years established by facts and circumstances.
The FASB board agreed that the proposed FSP would apply for fiscal years beginning after Dec.
We are concerned about previous legislative proposals included in VA's budget request to control long-term care expenditures coupled with the $446 million error in estimating long-term care costs for fiscal years 2005 and 2006.
More than 100 of 126 complaints received in fiscal years 2003 and 2004 were unresolved as of July 2004, with at least one-fourth of those open for 260 to 680 days.
* $10 million to less than $100 million: Fiscal years beginning after June 15, 2002