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1. Of or relating to government expenditures, revenues, and debt: a fiscal policy of incurring budget deficits to stimulate a weak economy.
2. Of or relating to finance or finances.

[French, from Latin fiscālis, from fiscus, money basket, treasury.]

fis′cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.fiscally - in financial matters; "fiscally irresponsible"
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Not only are these guaranteed pension plans unfair to all taxpayers, but now it is evident that whoever is managing these funds is fiscally incompetent.
Summary: New Delhi [India] Feb 1 (ANI): Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das on Thursday said that Union Budget 2018 is a fiscally responsible one.
Snyder returned legislation without his signature due to concerns that the legislation is not fiscally prudent.
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The transportation finance plan signed into law last year ends the long-standing, fiscally irresponsible practice of paying for operating expenses on the state credit card.
Jovan Manasijevski, president of the parliamentary committee for financing and budget, proposes establishment of a fiscal council that will make budget projections, because, Manasijevski believes, over the past there years the government has proved fiscally irresponsible.
Moreno, who has been serving as the one-year interim president since July, has said his top goals are to reverse the decline in enrollment and get the college back on fiscally sound footing.
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A presentation called "The Fiscally Fit Health Plan" addressed a central issue for private companies: the spiraling cost of healthcare.
Furthermore, renewing in this building was a fiscally prudent choice considering that the space was easily modified to meet the changing demands of the organization.
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McLaren's founder lashed out saying they are "so fiscally obese they are beyond the point of diet".