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What does FIN stand for?

FIN stands for Finance Department (International Monetary Fund)

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PESHAWAR, May 10, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly, while declaring as illegal deduction of Electricity Duty by PEPCO, has directed Provincial Finance Department to chalk out comprehensive strategy for collection of duty.
According to sources, the provincial government was considering proposal to give Eid Bonus besides salary to employees on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr and the provincial government has sought opinion from the Finance Department, while it had also contacted the Federal Finance Department for funds.
Month-end close in virtually all organizations involves the finance department completing thousands of manual tasks--chasing other departments and subsidiaries for information, checking and adjusting data, making decisions around areas like credit control and bad debt provisions, posting journals and so on.
Companies are realising that they don't need a huge finance department and a highly remunerated finance director to be successful," he says.
A recent survey found that: * 45% of all systems are legacy systems * 59% of finance departments are still supported by legacy systems * Almost 1/3 of IT spending in 2003 will go maintaining and updating legacy systems * 64% of finance departments plan to replace their legacy systems with new ones to meet the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Reacting to these ever-increasing challenges, the City of Raleigh, North Carolina, finance department sought in 1999 to initiate a formal strategic planning process with three major components: 1) forward-thinking vision to be sure that the department sees what others see, 2) proactive pursuit of change once the vision is developed, and 3) practical implementation within the city organization.
Even a smaller diocese like Rupert's Land, in southern Manitoba, has to wait for some 82 parishes to forward data before compiling a report for the national church; * Time constraints in mostly shrinking parishes and dioceses and fewer volunteer or paid staff at both levels mean more work for fewer people; * The finance department used to send dioceses one form with two sections, one for financial data and the other for membership statistics.