Pertaining to money, especially government taxation and spending policies.
Pertaining to the public treasury or revenue.
The income of a prince or a state; revenue; exchequer.
This word is used to describe finances controlled by the Government.
Dealing with state revenues and expenditures.
relating to government finances (taxation, expenditure, etc.).
relating to government revenue, especially taxes
involving financial matters; "fiscal responsibility"
relating to public revenue.
Government finance, including income from taxation and loans and expenditure.
Pertaining to finances and taxation.
A stamp issued for revenue or tax purposes and not as a postage stamp.
relating to financial matters, especially in respect to government collection, use. and regulation of money through taxation.
Having to do with financial matters, accounting and reporting. This term is often used in a governmental context.
Lat. fiscus (purse)] Of or pertaining to the treasury or finances of a government.
In general, having to do with financial matters; i.e. money taxes, public or private revenues, etc. Belonging to the fisc, or public treasury. Relating to accounts or the management of revenue. Of or pertaining to the public finances of a government or private finances of business.
Pertaining to financial matters.
Connected with financial matters.
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A revenue stamp or similar label denoting the payment of tax. Fiscals are ordinarily affixed to documents and canceled by pen, canceler or mutilation. Because of their similarity to postage stamps, fiscals have occasionally been used either legally or illegally to prepay postage. See also Postal fiscal, Revenues.