FTB could refer to:

  • Family Tax Benefit, a component of social security in Australia
  • Fifth Third Bank (5/3 Bank) FITB, U.S. regional banking corporation, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • First Trust Bank, a commercial bank in Northern Ireland
  • A first time buyer in the United Kingdom property market
  • California Franchise Tax Board, a California state agency that collects taxes
  • Canon FTb, 35mm single-lens reflex camera
  • Fukui Television Broadcasting
  • Flower Travellin' Band, a Japanese rock band
  • Follow That Bird, a motion picture
  • "Finely Textured Beef", an edible beef product derived from beef-fat trimmings

Other articles related to "ftb":

Canon FTb
... The Canon FTb is a 35 mm single-lens reflex camera manufactured by Canon of Japan from March 1971 replacing the Canon FT QL ... Launched alongside the top-of-the-line F-1, the FTb was the mass-market camera in the range ... The FTb was primarily intended to be a camera for the advanced amateur photographer, offering many of the same features and same build quality as the F-1, but without the option of ...
East German Air Force - Organization - FO FMTFK
37 (JBG-37) „Klement Gottwald“, Drewitz Fliegertechnisches Bataillon 37 (FTB-37), Drewitz Nachrichten- und Flugsicherungsbataillon 37 (NFB-37), Drewitz ...
California Franchise Tax Board - Tax Programs - Personal Income Tax
... The FTB collects personal state income taxes ... The FTB collects income taxes from California residents on their income from all sources ... In recent years, the FTB income tax collects more than $50 billion each year ...
Hex (Discworld) - Structure and Technology
... (with the error message "Mine! Waah!") if the FTB is removed/disengaged "FTB" stands for "Fluffy Teddy Bear," and it was Hex's Hogswatchnight gift from the Hogfather ... The FTB may be a reference to the Jdbgmgr.exe file found in windows operating systems which had a teddy bear as its icon ... FTB may also be a play, or pun, on the existing File Transfer Protocol, (FTP,) which can be used to transfer large chunks of binary data between computers ...