fiscal year

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Synonyms for fiscal year

any accounting period of 12 months

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The number of seasonal visas has been capped at 66,000 per budget year. Some businesses and lawmakers say that limit is badly outdated, especially when the unemployment rate is the lowest it's been in 49 years.
Large formula quoted by Article 243 of changes in these figures may the APP, in the denominator, we significantly influence the should not have total revenues, ratio, in case it is exceeded, but own revenues and subventions some urgent current tasks may (without subsidies and other not be accomplished; resources (for example from the EU) allocated for particular purposes); * limits the possibility of * introduces the method of contracting loans for calculating an operational investments, even though there surplus which causes that it is a possibility of repaying does not include expenditure on them in the next budget years interest on liabilities.
During the Clinton budget years (1994-2001), federal outlays as a percentage of GDP declined from 21 percent to 18.2 percent.
Experience shows that there is little appetite for reform in rosy budget years, as lawmakers simply use available money to create new programs.
Though originally planned to be split between two budget years north and south of Golf Road, the project will now be done in one.
"Responding to the Crisis in College Opportunity" proposes short-term emergency measures and long-term priorities for governors and legislators to consider for funding higher education during the current lean budget years. This policy statement, developed from discussions of education policy experts at Lansdowne, Virginia, finds that in 2003 in many states, reductions in higher education appropriations were larger than decreases in general fund budgets, resulting in reduced college opportunity for many students and families.