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.
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The UK has reported an excessive deficit slightly above the 3% of GDP threshold since the 2003-2004 budget year, and the Commission has projected the country's deficit to remain above the reference value, at about 3.1%, in 2006-2007, in spite of budgetary measures announced in December 2005 by the government.