I bought it once upon a time as part of the "More Fonts for Windows" package, and I've enjoyed it quite a lot. One interesting feature is that while it's a uniform-stroke-width sans-serif font, it the italic version has letterform changes typical of italic fonts (e.g. the non-italic "a" has a flag on top, but the italic "a" has a full-sized bowl with no flag. The non-italic "l" has a flag on top but nothing the bottom; the italic "l" has a right-facing flag on the bottom (the "1" has flags a flag on top and a bar on the bottom). The "0" is not slashed, but is very distinct from the "O".
Anyone else ever seen that font?
PS--I would second the request for a sample including O0 Ll1| `"' etc. since those characters can be tricky. Also, it would be helpful if in text you don't just refer to whether the zero is slashed, but whether it is distinct.
Addendum: Financial has filenames mlsan.ttf through mlsaq.ttf and was sold by MicroLogic Software, Inc.
There are online reports that Financial is a forged font. I don't know if this is true or not, but I haven't found it on any legitimate font site.
Well, it was in a collection I bought some time back. I just plugged a sample of the italic into WhatTheFont and it suggested Letter Gothic 12 Pitch Italic. That's probably what it's based on, though none of the font sets I'd seen with a Letter Gothic or imitator included the italics.