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fiscal year

noun as in 12 month accounting period

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During fiscal years 2015 and 2019, only 3 percent of an estimated 12,500 cases were recorded, the report noted.

From Vox

For this fiscal year ending in June, there’s a projected $85 million deficit.

A review of city budgets over the last seven years shows the city’s roster of full-time equivalent employees increased from 10,478 in fiscal year 2015 – Faulconer’s first budget cycle – to 11,727 this year.

Earlier this month, VOSD also obtained a copy of the fiscal year ’21 wish list.

Ryanair, Europe’s biggest discount airline, expects to carry as few as 26 million people in the fiscal year ending in March, compared with 149 million in fiscal 2020.

From Fortune

According to a report by the human-rights group the Washington Office on Latin America, 463 migrants died in fiscal year 2012.

Fresh Market had 151 stores in January and opened 25 in the last fiscal year.

A report from NAMI found that states cut over $1.6 billion from their mental health agency budgets from fiscal year 2009 to 2012.

In fiscal year 2012 alone, $799 billion was spent on low-income assistance programs.

The Defense Department has set aside $79 billion for OCO for the next fiscal year, the same placeholder amount as this one.

During the fiscal year 1917 approximately $150,000 worth of timber was given to settlers free of cost.

The ordinary postal revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868.

The most gratifying results have attended the operations of the Life Saving Service during the last fiscal year.

The expense of the Indian Bureau during the last fiscal year was more than six and a halt million dollars.

But for its passage, the deficit of the next fiscal year would have reached beyond forty-six millions of yen.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fiscal year, such as: calendar year, financial year, accounting year, annual accounting period, and twelve-month period.

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