Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget
the university is budgeting for a deficit
corporate planning and budgeting
Provide (a sum of money) for a particular purpose from a budget
the council proposes to budget $100,000 to provide grants
a budgeted figure of $31,000
An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time
keep within the household budget
a budget deficit
An annual or other regular estimate of national revenue and expenditure put forward by the government, often including details of changes in taxation
The amount of money needed or available for a purpose
they have a limited budget
A quantity of material, typically that which is written or printed
make a budget
a sum of money allocated for a particular purpose; "the laboratory runs on a budget of a million a year"
a summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for how to meet them; "the president submitted the annual budget to Congress"
A budget (from old French bougette, purse) is generally a list of all planned expenses and revenues. It is a plan for saving and spending. A budget is an important concept in microeconomics, which uses a budget line to illustrate the trade-offs between two or more goods. ...
Budget Rent a Car System, Inc. is an American car rental company that was founded in 1958 in Los Angeles, California by Morris Mirkin. Budget's operations are headquartered in Parsippany-Troy Hills Township, New Jersey.
The Budget is a weekly newspaper written for and by members of the Amish, Amish Mennonite, Beachy Amish, and Mennonite communities from 1890 to the present. Currently, The Budget is published in two editions: a local edition and a national edition, each with different content and readership.
A wallet, purse or bag; The amount of money or resources earmarked for a particular institution, activity or time-frame; An itemized summary of intended expenditure; usually coupled with expected revenue; To construct or draw up a budget; To provide funds, allow for in a budget; To plan for ...
(Budgeted) refers to the planned level of expenditures, performance, or number of full-time equivalent positions for a particular fiscal year.
(Budgeting) the process of financial planning of income and expenditure for the firm's various activities - marketing, promotion, advertising, personal selling, etc.
Budgeting is the process of estimating revenues, expenses, and profits/ losses over a time period in order to disburse funds or plan for capital requirements.
(Budgeting) and financial planning are the processes used by financial managers to forecast future financial results for a business, a person, or a particular investment. ...
(Budgeting) A budget is a financial planning tool necessary to guide the organization in its financial expenditure. A budget will monitor where you are planning to spend the money you are hoping to get. ...
(Budgeting) A spending-and-saving plan based on estimated income and expenses covering a specific period of time. Budgets are used by individuals and organizations to reach short and long term financial goals. See Econ4U's eight financial and budgeting tips for help getting started.
(Budgeting) Putting together a financial plan that shows the money you expect to receive, and the money you expect to pay out, over a specified time.
(Budgeting) The forward planning of operational costs over the forthcoming period (usually the financial year). One advantage of leasing is the fixed rental costs which help in making forward budgets. Multiply the monthly rentals for each car by the months held, and there’s the forward cost. ...
(Budgeting) The phase of accounting that deals with planning the activities of an enterprise and then comparing actual performance to those plans.
(Budgeting) The process of determining a person’s financial eligibility for MEPD or for calculating a co-payment.
(Budgeting) The process of forecasting and controlling expenditure. It consists of a periodic negotiation cycle to set budgets (usually annual) and the day-to-day monitoring and adjustment of current budgets based upon actual or predicted outturns.
(Budgeting) The process of managing your expenditure, so that it doesn't exceed your income.
(Budgeting) The process of preparing a formal, detailed document listing past financial history and estimating the future years financial history in regard to income and expenses
(Budgeting) The process of translating approved expenditures into funding allocations for a specified period of time.
(Budgeting) the process of assigning forecasted income and expenses to accounts, which amounts will be compared to actual income and expense for analysis of variances
(Budgeting) the process of elaborating a detailed plan for the future showing how resources will be acquired and used during a specific time period, expressed in formal, measurable terms. ^5
(Budgeting) with all that goes with budgeting in the form of planning, accounting and control.
(budgeting) Act of creating a management system used for the allocation of resources over a given period of time.