Fiscal Period definition

Fiscal Period means any interim accounting period within a Taxable Year established by the Manager and which is permitted or required by Section 706 of the Code.
Fiscal Period means the period commencing on the Closing Date, and thereafter each period commencing on the day immediately following the last day of the immediately preceding Fiscal Period, and ending in each case at the close of business on the first to occur of the following dates:
Fiscal Period means the period beginning on the day immediately succeeding the last day of the immediately preceding fiscal Period and ending on the earliest occurring of the following:

Examples of Fiscal Period in a sentence

  • In each case, such adjustments or allocations shall occur, to the maximum extent possible, in the Taxable Year or other Fiscal Period of the event requiring such adjustments or allocations.

  • BUDGET TO BE FUNDED AS FOLLOWS:Cash Balance-Unencumbered General Fund Appropriation (Enter General Fund Lapse Below) State Support Special Funds Federal Funds Other Special Funds (Specify)Timber Sales/Billeting 13,673,15414,705,00014,713,8438,8430.06% TRF from 2701/State Match/YCP970,000955,000985,00030,0003.14% Less: Estimated Cash Available Next Fiscal Period TOTAL FUNDS (equals Total Expenditures above)14,643,15415,660,00015,698,84338,8430.24%GENERAL FUND LAPSE III.

  • Management Status 4 (1) Management Status 4 ① Overview of the Fiscal Period under Review 4 ② Outlook for the Next Fiscal Period 5 ③ Subsequent Material Events 5 (2) Investment Risks 10 2.

  • Forecasts for the Fiscal Period ending October 2023 (The 15th Period from May 1, 2023 to October 31, 2023) and ending April 2024 (The 16th Period from November 1, 2023 to April 30, 2024)(% represents change from the previous period)Operating RevenueOperating ProfitOrdinary ProfitNet ProfitDistributions per Unit (excludingDistributions in excess of earnings)Distributions in excess of earnings per UnitPeriod ending Oct.

  • Outlook for Next Fiscal Period (i) Future Management Policies and Issues 4 (ii) Significant Subsequent Events 5 (iii) Earnings Forecast 7 2.

More Definitions of Fiscal Period

Fiscal Period means each calendar quarter.
Fiscal Period means one of the three fiscal periods in a Fiscal Quarter each of which is approximately one calendar month in duration. There are twelve (12) Fiscal Periods in a Fiscal Year.
Fiscal Period means the annual or biennial period for recording county fiscal operations.
Fiscal Period means a fiscal period of Micro or any of its Subsidiaries, which shall be either a calendar quarter or an aggregate period comprised of three consecutive periods of four weeks and five weeks (or, on occasion, six weeks instead of five), currently commencing on or about each January 1, April 1, July 1 or October 1.
Fiscal Period means, as the context may require, (i) a period commencing on 1 April and ending on 31 March of the immediately succeeding year; or (ii) three month periods each commencing on 1 April, 1 July, 1 October and 1 January; provided that, if the Company shall change its financial year so as to end on a date other than 31 March, the provisions of items (i) and (ii) above shall be deemed to be amended mutatis mutandis and any such change shall be promptly notified by the Company to the Trustee in writing;
Fiscal Period means the period (i) commencing (w) at the beginning of each Fiscal Quarter, (x) the date of any acquisition of Interests by any new or existing Member in exchange for a Capital Contribution, or (y) on each date following the effective date of any distribution to a Member of any property as consideration for an Interest in the Company, and (ii) ending on the date immediately preceding the first day of the next Fiscal Period; provided, that the last Fiscal Period shall end on the date on which all assets of the Company are distributed to the Members pursuant to Section 9.4 hereof.
Fiscal Period means any interim accounting period within a Taxable Year established by the General Partner and which is permitted or required by Code Section 706.