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More context needed: (a) do you know what type of calculations this is about? (b) can you give us a very short summary of the contract? (c) what kind of parties are involved? individuals? companies? multinationals?
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financial or tax estimates
Explanation: The term fiscal relates to money, taxes, or debts owned and managed by the government. With this context I believe "estimate" would be more appropriate than "calculation."
Andres Fekete Uruguay Local time: 04:55 Works in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 11
Explanation: In this case, going literal is quite safe and for want of a more precise info, you maintain the ambiguity.
"Fiscal" covers everything pertaining to the "fisco" or the part of gov't dealing with $$$$$$, which may either be financially or tax related.
"Calculations" is a bit more precise than "estimates", because the latter may or can undergo adjustment, whereas calculations are usually done on given parameters and allows to come up with a figure that purports to be correct.
Nelida Kreer Uruguay Local time: 04:55 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in category: 32