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Or is the word fiscal reserved for describing government and other big entities?
I'm getting confused by the words: fiscally and financial, because recently I've read an article:
Do not confuse the words fiscal and financial.
Fiscal is related to government expenditures, revenues, and debt; while
financial is related to finance, finances, or financiers.
The government’s new fiscal policy has helped achieve price stability.
The company’s financial condition has improved since the new management took over.
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