budget

  1. a sum of money allocated for a particular purpose
  2. a summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for how to meet them

Budget

A detailed statement of a plan which describes both costs involved and the returns expected.

Budget

A detailed schedule of financial activity, such as an advertising budget, a sales budget, or a capital budget.
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budget

[Noun] A plan that shows the amount of money there is to spend and what it will be spent on.
Example: Their budget did not include buying new furntiure.
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Budget

A fiscal plan / low value, details ...
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Budget

The government's tax-raising and spending plans, outlined once a year by the chancellor of the exchequer.
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budget

[n] - a sum of money allocated for a particular purpose 2. [n] - a summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for how to meet them 3. [v] - make a budget
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Budget

This is an estimate of income and outgoings, usually completed for a period of at least one month, but can be for the whole year.
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budget

Estimate of income and expenditure for some future period, used in financial planning. National budgets set out estimates of government income and expenditure and generally...
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Budget

An initial statement of the total cost you have agreed of for a project. (See Action 6)
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Budget

Budg'et noun [ Middle English bogett , bouget , French bougette bag, wallet, dim. of Old French boge , bouge , leather bag. See Budge , noun , and confer Bouget .] 1. A bag or sack with its contents; hence, a stock or ...
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budget

verb make a budget
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Budget

A detailed schedule of planned financial activity.
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Budget

The Minister for Finance outlines his plans for tax and spending during the year in the Budget. The main set- piece of the financial year, it is of great interest to the public because it affects their take-home income.
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budget

A budget is a description of a financial plan. It is a list of estimates of revenues to and expenditures by an agent for a stated period of time. Normally a budget describes a period in the future not the past.
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Budget

A detailed pro forma schedule of financial activity, such as an advertising budget, a sales budget, or a capital budget.
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Budget

• (n.) A bag or sack with its contents; hence, a stock or store; an accumulation; as, a budget of inventions. • (n.) The annual financial statement which the British chancellor of the exchequer makes in the House of Commons. It comprehends a general view of the finances of the country, with the proposed plan of taxation for the ensuing ye...
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budget

(from the article `public administration`) In addition, the budget has developed as a principal tool in planning future programs, deciding priorities, managing current programs, linking ... [3 related articles]
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Budget

A schedule of internal financial activity a company must remain within in order to operate profitably. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Budget

All the EU's revenue and expenditure is entered in its budget on the basis of annual forecasts. These forecasts must be in line with the multiannual financial framework (MFF), the EU's medium-term spending plan, as laid down in the Lisbon Treaty (Art. 312 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union). The latest MFF covers the 2014-2020 p...
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Budget

a detailed record of all income earned and spent during a specific period of time.
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Budget

- Financial plan that serves as an estimate of future cost, REVENUES or both.
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Budget

The detailed financial component of the strategic plan that guides the allocation of resources and provides a mechanism for identifying deviations of actual from desired performance so corrective action can be taken. A budget assigns a dollar figure to each revenue and expense related activity. A budget is usually prepared for a period of one year ...
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Budget

An amount of money set aside to cover the total cost of a communication campaign or other marketing activity.
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budget

budget, inclusive list of proposed expenditures and expected receipts of any person, enterprise, or government for a specified period, usually one year. Budget estimates are based on the expenditures and receipts of a similar previous period, modified by any expected changes. The governmental budget...
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