Fiscal-year meaning

A 12-month period for which an organization plans the use of its funds.
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A twelve-month period between settlements of financial accounts: the U.S. government fiscal year legally ends September 30
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The 12-month period that a corporation uses to report its financial results; a company’s fiscal year does not necessarily correspond to the calendar year. Companies choose their own fiscal year over using a calendar year when it is to their advantage.
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(accounting) An accounting period of one year, not necessarily coinciding with the calendar year.

New York State has rarely had an approved budget by the beginning of its April 1 fiscal year.

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