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of or relating to finances or those who deal in finances

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involving financial matters

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com Year established: 1990 Fiscal year: January-December Chmn: Robert J.
And if there is no obvious near-term growth benefit from fiscal consolidation, the yielding of monetary sovereignty by national central banks to the European Central Bank makes the loss of national fiscal discretion to the Stability and Growth Pact more costly and increases these eurozone member nations' output volatility.
The President's fiscal year 2002 budget marks the beginning of a new strategic orientation for U.
Because the law does not require individuals to maintain books and records, it may be difficult to demonstrate that the books have been maintained for the fiscal year.
In every state except Vermont, the general fund and many other budget accounts are required to be balanced, either within each fiscal year or over a two-year period.
The new fiscal management process we adopted uses three logical approaches: education, budget development, and follow-up.
Department of Commerce) give a broad view of the fiscal condition of the sector.
Best Buy's fiscal 2008 plan includes the addition of approximately 35 new stores internationally.
Net sales in the fourth quarter ended February 4, 2007 ("fourth quarter of fiscal 2006") increased 17.
For the second quarter of fiscal 2007, Vertical reported net revenue of $18.
During fiscal 2002 the company completed its largest acquisition in absolute size (Schuler Homes).
The most recent conference, held in November 2006 projected fiscal 2007 collections to drop 23.
The latest available audited results show better than anticipated results, with the fiscal 2007 budget expected to add to reserve levels.
NEW YORK -- Fitch updates its state housing finance agencies (SHFAs) statistical information report to include fiscal year 2006 financial results for 30 of the 50 SHFAs.
In addition, the approval in November 2006 of another ballot measure-Proposition H-adds $90 million in public safety spending for fiscal 2007 and boosts the base revenue amount for subsequent years, thereby reducing the impact of another restrictive component of Proposition 2.