fiscal planning meaning, fiscal planning definition | English Cobuild dictionary



Fiscal is used to describe something that relates to government money or public money, especially taxes.      adj   ADJ n   (=financial) 1987, when the government tightened fiscal policy.     
  fiscally      adv   usu ADV adj, also ADV after v  
The scheme would be fiscally dangerous..., Many members are determined to prove that they are fiscally responsible.     
    procurator fiscal  

fiscal year        ( fiscal years    plural  ) The fiscal year is the same as the financial year.     (BUSINESS)      n-count   usu sing, usu with supp  
...the budget for the coming fiscal year.     
procurator fiscal        ( procurators fiscal    plural  ) In the Scottish legal system, theprocurator fiscal is a public official who puts people on trial.      n-count   usu the N  
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Digital estate Planning is the process having uniform rules of envisaging and arranging for the clearance of digital assets during a person physical life under virtual identity.
[Leg.];[Tech.] arranging for the clearance of digital assets
A document that facilitates the distribution of online wealth and digital assets after user death.
a teamwork session in the visual domain (design, architecture, urban planning) organized on the purpose of finalizing a project within a previously defined timeframe.
The correct spelling in French (where the word originates from) is "charrette". "charette" is the Anglicized form.
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