This is the year covered by a set of annual financial statements.
The year used for a company's accounting purposes. It can be calendar or cover a different period. In both cases it can be termed the company's fiscal year.
the Groupâ€(tm)s financial year is from 1st April to 31st March.
The twelve months from 1 July in one year to 30 June in the next.
See Accounting Period
The Financial Year, which runs from 1st April to 31st March. The Financial Year always takes the number of the calendar year in which it ends, therefore 1st April 1997 to 31st March 1998 is defined as Financial Year 98.
The 12 months that a company or business chooses to prepare its accounts for. Many companies do not use a calendar year for their accounting period.
A company's accounting year. Due to the nature of their particular business, some companies do not use the calendar year for their book-keeping. A typical example is the department store that finds 31 December too early a date to close its books after the Christmas rush. For that reason many stores wind up their accounting year on 31 January. Their financial year, therefore, runs from 1 February of one year through 31 January of the next. The financial year of other companies may run from 1 July through the following 30 June. Most companies though, operate on a calendar year basis.
any accounting period of 12 months
A hypothetical year, containing 360 days, in which every month is assumed to have exactly 30 days.
The UK government's official financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March and is denoted by the year in which it starts. Thus the financial year 2001 starts on 1 April 2001 and ends on 31 March 2002.
The budget of all schools runs in financial years. This runs from 1 April to 31 March of the following year.
An accounting period usually consisting of 12 months commencing on 1 July and ending on 30 June. Income tax is generally payable on a financial rather than a calendar year.
the year over which costs are measured.
The year for which corporate tax rates apply. It runs from April 1 of one year to March 31 of the next year.
An accounting period covering 12 consecutive months. In the public sector, this financial year generally coincides with the fiscal year, which runs from 1 April to 31 March.
The 12-month reporting period. P&Cs can choose their financial year to be January - December (the preferred option), July - June or October - September.
A 12 month period for financial reporting and tax purposes. It is the period from 1st July to the 30th of June.
An accounting period covering 12 consecutive months. In the public sector, this financial year generally coincides with the fiscal year, which runs from January 1st to December 31st.
A company's accounting period, also known as the company's fiscal year. Vodafone's financial year is from 1 April to 31 March.
The 12-month period decided upon for financial measurement. In Australia it is usually from 1 July, to 30 June in the following year.
Year as reckoned for taxing or accounting, esp. from 6 April to 5 April every year (in the UK). 1. Any year connected with finance, such as a company’s accounting period or a year for which budgets are made up. 2. A specific period relating to corporation tax, i.e. the year beginning 1st April (the year beginning 1st April 1988 is the financial year 1988). Corporation-tax rates are fixed for specific financial years by the Chancellor in his budget; if a company’s accounting period falls into two financial years the profits have to be apportioned to the relevant financial years to find the rates of tax applicable. Compare with fiscal year.
This is from 1 April to 31 March.
Financial years run 1/4 to 31/3 and are identified by the calendar year in which they commence e.g. financial year 1995 is the year to 31.3.1996.
The year for which corporation tax rates apply. It runs from 1 April one year to 31 March next year and is denoted by the year in which it starts. For example, the financial year 1998 starts on 1 April 1998 and ends on 31 March 1999. Contrast this with the fiscal year, which is the tax year for income tax and capital gains tax suffered by individuals.
A year beginning 1 April, for the purposes of financial business.