fiscal year

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fiscal year (tax year)

the year from 6 April until the following 5 April, named by the two calendar years that it spans, e.g. 2007/08 is the year starting on 6 April 2007 and ending on 5 April 2008.
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According to the already-mentioned Article 244 of the APF, the, we add to the ratio of debt the amount of liabilities of an association co-created by the unit and due in a given budget year, in the amount proportional to its share in a joint investment or in membership payments towards the association.
He added, "The GE Americom team always has good advice and is willing to work with us in tough budget years to get the best value for our transmission needs.
In difficult budget years, you have to make difficult choices,'' Middlebrook said.
During the 1992-1993 and 1993-1994 budget years in which the state faced massive debt, property taxes collected by local governments were used in an effort to meet the funding requirements for schools.
We will not be in as good a position as we were in previous budget years.
Through this program, educators now have increased control in managing their funds through the ability to maximize the purchasing power of their budgeted dollars, as well as structuring financial schedules that level payments across the budget years.