financial yearnoun [ C ]uk /faɪˌnæn.ʃəl ˈjɪər/ us /faɪˌnæn.ʃəl ˈjɪr/
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- A sharp increase is bound to come, however, in the course of the financial year.
- Each of these companies ended its financial year solvent by selling great holdings of shares to one or other of its sisters, and paying a dividend out of the proceeds.
- It consequently follows that the expenditure charged, or chargeable, to votes of credit for this financial year represent, broadly speaking, the difference between the expenditure of the country on a peace footing and that expenditure upon a war footing.
- It is hoped that conditions will permit a senior appointment during the present financial year to inaugurate the service.
- Owing to fortuitous circumstances, the amount for the first thirty-five days of the financial year had turned out to be seven and a half millions a day.