fiscal period

Fiscal Period

The period of time reflected in financial statements. Usually, the fiscal period is either the calendar year or a quarter. For example, publicly-traded companies must report their financial state for the fiscal period since their previous report. A fiscal period is also called an accounting period.

fiscal period

The period covered by financial reports. For example, an annual report covers a fiscal period of one year, but a quarterly report includes accounting data for three months. Also called accounting period.
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Apprehensions abound that by the time the 54th Legislature approves the draft budget, it would have already been exhausted before the next fiscal period which begins in June, 2020.
(the 'Corporation') (TSX-V: SNF) announces the filing of its financial statements and management discussion and analysis for the fiscal period ending June 30, 2019.
Net sales declined by 0.1% to USD337.6m when compared with net sales of USD338.0m for the prior year 22-week fiscal period ended 7 July 2018.
Net sales for the 22-week fiscal period ended July 6, 2019 decreased 0.1% to $337.6M from net sales of $338.0M for the prior year 22-week fiscal period ended July 7, 2018.
We successfully reduced the deficit by over $130 million in the first nine-months compared to the same fiscal period last year.
BUCHANAN, Va: Bank of Botetourt announced record setting financial results for fiscal period ended September 30, 2018.
Bloomberg said that the six largest lenders in the nation are expected to post average adjusted earnings growth ranging from 7 percent to 10 percent for the fiscal period ended July 31.
The EGX obliges companies to provide a copy of its quarterly financial statements issued by the Board of Directors, accompanied by a limited review of the auditor's report at least 45 days before the end of the fiscal period.
(CPM) starting Tuesday (May 17) all for failing to submit their respective annual reports for the fiscal period ending December 2015.
Summary: The Nigeria Customs Service recently said it was planning to raise the sum of N1tn as revenue for the Federal Government in the 2016 fiscal period.
To eliminate this problem, the GASB proposes to mandate the use of covered payroll (pensionable payroll) instead of covered-emnlovee payroll, if approved, this proposed new guidance would first take effect for the fiscal period that ends June 30, 2017, with earlier implementation encouraged, and retroactive application if practicable (that is, feasible, even if not convenient).
With iron ore exports in the western Indian coastal province of Goa unlikely to resume before the onset of the monsoon rains and several Indian steel mills firming up iron ore imports, the country's net import dependency on iron ore was expected to increase during the current fiscal period.