An itemized forecast of an individuals or companys income and expenses expected for some period in the future.
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 year. The term is sometimes applied to a similar statement in other countries.
One of the principal functions of the Legislature is to approve a spending plan for state government. Lawmakers will have about $4.5 billion to spend on the next fiscal year.
Also known as a spending plan, it is a plan for spending and saving money that balances household income and expenses.
Estimated cost of conducting the proposed project, consisting of direct/indirect costs, matching contribution (cost sharing), and justification.
a statement outlining the spending plans of a government or an individual for the coming year
The annual call center budget is the total annual dollar amount allocated for all expenses associated with the operation of the call center for which the call center manager is accountable. The annual budget should include all fully loaded direct and indirect costs for budgetary line items such as labor, benefits, and incentives for agents, management, training, and support personnel; HR costs (e.g., recruiting, screening, training); telephony expenses (toll, trunks, equipment); technology purchases/installation (hardware, and software); technology maintenance (hardware, and software) network; furniture, fixtures, decorations, etc.; utilities (gas, water, power, UPS backup); maintenance (repair, janitorial, upkeep); supplies; overhead expenses and charge-backs for shared corporate costs (e.g., legal, risk management, payroll administration, IT support, security, accounting, grounds keeping, real estate, floor space, common areas, etc.) as applicable.) j k y z Misc
Plans for how the government spends its money
the amount of money available for use to a salesperson or purchasing agent for a particular time period or a particular project... can also be used to describe a sales target (in revenue and/ or units) for a specified time period... also referred to as a quota, goal or forecast.
This is how much money the Legislature appropriates to an agency for a particular program or function over two years.
A financial allocation of spending in different categories for a period such as a year, based on expected income.
(see cost of attendance) Campus-Based Aid ^Submenu Campus-based financial aid programs are administered by the university. The federal government provides the University with a fixed annual allocation, which is awarded by the financial aid administrator to eligible students. Such programs include the Federal Perkins Loan, the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Program (SEOG) and the Federal College Work Study (FCWS) Program. Note that there is no guarantee that every eligible student will receive financial aid through these programs, because the awards are made from a fixed pool of money.
A plan or plans for the future that outlines projected actual performance.
A detailed plan of income and expenses estimated over a specified period of time. Budgets provide guidelines for managing costs and profits.
The official spending plan approved by the Office of Budgets and Financial Planning (OBFP) or the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP). In SAP, this is Budget version 0.
Suggested allocation of state moneys presented by the Governor to each regular session of the Legislature by the second legislative day. The appropriation bills are based largely on this budget.
A financial plan that estimates the costs of conducting future activities. The budget is intended to express the program objectives and how they will be carried out in terms of resources required.
A spending plan that balances revenues and expenditures over a fixed time period-usually one year.
Proposed expenditure of state moneys for the next fiscal year, presented by the Governor in January of each year for consideration by the Legislature; compiled by the Department of Finance, in conjunction with state agency and department heads.
Financial planning before project implementation which details envisaged income and allocated expenses. This forward financial plan that identifies financial parameters like revenue, expenses, investments, forecast, etc. and sets them in quantitative terms. These parameters would then be used as financial and business targets and objectives for the management to strive towards.
Each year, the Chancellor of the Exchequer presents to the UK parliament estimates of the Government's income and spending for the following year. The budget also sets out the financial policies the Government will follow.
(1) The suggested allocation of state moneys presented to the legislature for consideration; (2) a formal document that reflects the authorized expenditures of the state.
The president's annual proposal to Congress. Legislation anticipating revenue and expenditures by the federal or state government for the upcoming fiscal year.
The estimated cost of attendance (COA) for an institution usually includes tuition, fees, books, supplies, room and board, personal expenses, and transportation. Other expenses may be included depending on circumstances.
An itemised forecast of income and expenses for a specified period.
Document sent to Congress by the President in January of each year estimating revenues and expenditures for the ensuing fiscal year.
The Government's annual plan outlining revenue and expenditure measures introduced into the Parliament by the Treasurer.
The approved level of expenditure by category within each fund / department.
An itemised list of money a person (or company) will take in, and how much will be paid out (expenses), over a specified period of time (usually monthly
A quantified statement, for a defined period of time, which may include planned revenues, expenses, assets, liabilities and cash flows.
A plan of revenue and expenditures for an accounting period expressed in monetary terms.
An annual plan, of financial operations containing an estimate of proposed expenditures and of proposed means to finance those expenditures. Upon approval, the budget becomes a form of contract between the requesting department, program, or organization and the approval authority. Therefore, all parties must approve a budget change.
An estimate of the amount of money that will be spent for various purposes.
An outline of the Government's priorities and plans for the coming year, expressed in terms of financial information and non-financial performance information.
Plan that lays out expected revenues and expenditures and is used as a control for the operation of the venture.
The budget represents funds available in the specified fiscal year July 1 thru June 30. For in depth information on the budget process, see Planning and Budget and Planning and Budget - Budget Training.
A comprehensive financial plan of operation for a specified period of time that matches all planned revenues and expenditures with various municipal services.
plan in numbers.
Defines estimated cost and revenue amounts for a given range, periods, and set of books. Users can have multiple budget versions for the same set of books.
The schedule of anticipated expenditures required to perform a specified activity or project. The amount of spending authority awarded by outside funding sources that the University has a legal claim to collect. The account in the University's accounting system where the revenues, expenditures, and transfers associated with a specific activity, function, or entity are recorded.
a sum of money allocated for a particular purpose; "the laboratory runs on a budget of a million a year"
1. An outline of a business’s future plans, stated in financial terms; 2. A numerical plan for allocating resources to specific activities.
Your cost of attendance - The total cost to educate one student for one academic year. The budget usually includes tuition, room and board (or rent, if you live off campus), books, and required/personal expenses. The budget will vary depending on where you live and whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student.
A numerical summary of an organization's available resources and how those resources are to be allocated based on anticipated future expenditures for various items, such as equipment, training and development programs, benefits, implementing new processes or services, etc.
a financial operating plan showing expected income and expenditure.
A summary statement of the characteristics of an economic unit. It is used for planning. Generally a financial statement of the expected performance of an activity, enterprise or farm showing expected income, costs and net income for a future accounting period. The term is also used for comparisons between required and available INPUT quantities, or to estimate input needs, as in a labour budget or a livestock feed budget. See also cash-flow budget, profit budget and partial budget.
The authority to spend up to the specified amount.
An itemized forecast of an individual's or company's income and expenses expected for some period in the future. see also capital budget, cash budget, double budget, fixed budget, flexible budget, money management, on budget, zero-base budgeting.
A 6 digit number which is tied to funds allocated to a department, project, or other entity at the University.
A plan or schedule adjusting expenses during a certain period to the estimated or fixed income for that period.
Means a plan for coordination of resources and expenditures to be made with funds provided by NFWF, prepared on a NFWF form by a NFWF Recipient or NFWF Contractor, consisting of Salaries and Benefits, Equipment and Other (which must be broken down by category with amounts assigned to each category).
Estimated funds required for goods and services, work to be performed, or other financial requirements. year, type, organization amount examples: planning estimates, budget recommendations, budget proposals.
A plan for the future, expressed in money terms.
The amount of money allocated to complete the project.
The government's tax-raising and spending plans, outlined once a year by the chancellor of the exchequer.
The dollar and time amount allocated by the owner for a project.
An element of financial planning where all income is listed and compared to all expenditures. Often expenditure decisions need to be made to hold spending less than or equal to income. View Capstone Lesson(s) that address this concept
A proposed plan for raising and spending money for specified programs, functions, and activities during a fiscal year.
The Budget of the United States Government sets forth the President's comprehensive financial plan for allocating resources and indicates the President's priorities for the Federal Government.
A plan or schedule adjusting expenses during a certian period to the estiimated or fixed income for that period.
an estimate or plan of expenditure in relation to income
An amount based on the average cost of education for a 9-month school year. This amount is used to determine eligibility for financial aid. Also known as the Cost of Attendance, the budget includes tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation, and various other items.
An itemized listing of the money a person (or company) will take in, and how much will be paid out (expense), over a specified period of time (usually monthly).
A statement of the State's program plan, the resources necessary to support that plan, a description of how and for what purposes the resources are to used, and a projection of the effects of the programs on people and the environment.
A detailed financial forecast used to monitor and control expenditures and purchases; it provides a mechanism for carrying out financial plan to achieve short-term financial goals.
A plan that lists all your monthly income and expenses.
An estimate of income and expenses for a specified period.
An itemized summary of probable income and expenses for a given period. A plan for spending and saving money.
Tool commonly used to measure expenses against income. A written plan that helps people manage their money.
5bQdVit / n. a plan of how a person or organization will spend the money that is available in a particular period of time, or the money itself
A plan of financial operation, listing an estimate of proposed appropriations or expenses and the proposed means of financing them for a particular time-period. The budget is proposed until it has been approved by the City Council. West Covina's adopted budget is for fiscal year 2000-2001 only, except for the Capital Improvement Program, for which funding is for the life of the projects approved.
A plan developed by an individual for directing and controlling his or her money.
A detailed financial plan for estimated receipts and expenditures for a period of time in the future, usually one year.
The government's estimated income and expenses for a fiscal year. Alberta's fiscal year is from April 1 to March 31.
A budget is an itemized listing of the amount of all estimated revenue which a given business anticipates receiving, along with a listing of the amount of all estimated costs and expenses that will be incurred in obtaining the above mentioned income during a given period of time. A budget is typically for one business cycle, such as a year, or for several cycles (such as a five year capital 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 by each component of an organization. A budget provides both a guide for action and a means of assessing performance. A budget is a library's post control system.
A government's plans for its income (from taxes, service charges, trading operations, asset sales etc) and expenditure (including transfers to individuals and State governments) over a specific period. A deficit is when expenditure is higher than income; a surplus when income is higher than expenditure.
The financial plan for an association which estimates income and expenses for a specific time period.
A plan that shows you how much money is available to spend and how you are going to spend it.
The financial plan of operation showing how each cost to be charged against the grant is calculated and why the cost is necessary to the project. May require that a certain percentage of the total cost be provided by the grantee, i.e., â€œmatched
A Budget is a document listing details of income and expenditure.
An itemized summary of probable expenditures and income for a given period; a systematic plan for meeting expenses in a given period; the total sum of money allocated for a particular purpose or time period
A plan of financial operation embodying an estimate of proposed revenues and expenditures for a given period (typically a fiscal year). The term â€œApproved Budgetâ€ is often used to denote the City Council officially Approved Budget under which the City and its departments operate.
The planned cost for an Task or project.
The planning and controlling document for financial operation which sets forth estimates of proposed expenditures and revenues for the fiscal year.
The bill that sets out state spending, usually passed every other year for a two-year period, or “biennium.
A list of all your income and expenditure is a budget.
A detailed breakdown of estimated income and expenses for a development programme, prepared in advance. Budgets show various cost categories, including personnel, printed materials, purchase and rental of equipment, office expense, headquarters, mailing charges, costs of events, etc.
The organization's plan expressed in dollars (income and expense). Allows the organization to track actual performance against an approved plan.
A plan for allocating financial resources.
The spending plan developed by the Governor consisting of estimates of proposed expenditures for a given fiscal year or biennium and the proposed means of financing the expenditures.
It is a tool used to monitor and control expenditures and purchases.
A spending plan developed for a specified period.
The amount of money or resources which has been allocated to perform the project.
A budget is a plan that outlines your organisation's financial and operational objectives.
An organized plan whereby you match your expected income to your expected outflow
It is an extensive plan of estimated revenue and expenditure of the government. The Constitution authorises the government to present before the parliament the annual financial statement for the fiscal year running from 1 April to 31 March.
A forecast of expected income or expenditure over a specified period of time. Click here to go back to the top of the page
Financial plan or comparison of expenses and income for an individual, a family, a business or the state; generally, compiled for a period of one month or one year.
an organized plan of matching income and expenses
A document of proposed governmental expenditures for a given fiscal year and the proposed means of financing these expenditures.
A plan expressed in money terms. How much money is necessary to ensure that the company can function? How much money, you think, will your company receive
financial plan for conducting a project; should include whole dollar amounts only. It is the estimated cost of performance of the project as set forth in a proposal or in the notification of grant award or contract.
A list of anticipated project costs that represent the Principal Investigator's best estimate of the funds needed to support the work described in a grant or contract proposal.
a plan or estimate of expected income and expense for a period of time.
Financial plan for carrying out the project or program identified in the grant proposal
Financial breakdown of every cost involved with the making of a film - broken down into above the line and below the line costs.
An estimate of the income and expenses needed to carry out programs for a fiscal year.
The budget is the amount of money in dollars that is allocated to the project.
A proposal indicating how state revenues should be appropriated to specific programs. | Laura said the budget for the year was the smallest in recent history. [ Lesson 4
a detailed record of all incoming revenues and outgoing revenues during a specific period of time.
A detailed estimate of an association's fiscal plan of action for the next year.
Annual estimate of revenue and expenditure of an organisation.
Quantitative plan of activities and programs expressed in terms of assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses (or expenditures), and in some case outputs or outcomes. A performance-based budget may express the organizational goals in terms of specific financial and operating objectives.
The Government’s statement of its fiscal, economic and social policies. It is usually presented once a year, although there is no requirement for an annual presentation.
An estimate or educated guess at the income and expenditure of a country, organisation or project. One of the ways in which government bodies are held accountable for their spending is their budgets.
A financial operations plan containing an estimate of proposed expenditures for a given period and the proposed means of financing them.
Just what is this annual rigmarole called the Union Budget? Put simply, the annual Union Budget is an estimate of the Government of India's revenue and expenditure for the end of a particular fiscal year, which usually runs from April 1 to March 31. The Union Budget is the most comprehensive exhibit of the government's finances, in which revenues from all sources and outlays to all activities are consolidated. The budget also contains estimates of government's accounts for the next fiscal, called budgeted estimates. Ironically enough, you won't find the term "budget" anywhere in the Constitution! Under Article 112, a statement of estimated receipts and expenditure, called the "Annual Financial Statement", has to be laid before Parliament for each financial year. This Annual Financial Statement is the main budget document, not the eagerly awaited Finance Minister's budget speech, however laced with poetic wit and literary flourishes it may be
Suggested allocation of State moneys presented annually by the Governor, for consideration by the Legislature; compiled by the Department of Finance, in conjunction with State department heads.
A financial plan that outlines estimates of proposed expenditures for a fiscal year, along with the proposed means to pay for them.
The Minister of Finance or Treasurer's Financial Statement in moving the second reading of the first Appropriation Bill for a financial year; also the name given to documents and statements released by the Minister of Finance or Treasurer which outline the Government's proposed economic and financial policies.
An amount of money that an organisation plans to raise and spend for a set purpose over a given period of time.
quantification of resources needed to achieve a task by a set time, within which the task owners are required to work. Note: a budget consists of a financial and/or quantitative statement, prepared and approved prior to a defined period, for the purpose of attaining a given objective for that period. (The planned cost for an activity or project.)
The estimated cost of attendance for an institution which usually includes tuition and fees (including loan fees), books and supplies, room and board, personal expenses, and transportation. Other living expenses may be included.
Listing of proposed expenditures; a guideline for spending; one component of a proposal; budget detail varies from sponsor to sponsor.
An estimate of future income and expenditures.
A plan for money coming in and going out.
Estimates of proposed expenditures and expected revenues for a fiscal year.
A projection of revenue and expenditure for the congress, including delegate fees and sponsorship moneys forming the revenue, and the extensive list of costs involved in staging an event.
A detailed plan of income and expenditures covering a specific time period
The European Coal and Steel Community has a separate revenue source in a direct levy on EC coal and steel enterprises. The budget of the European Community and the European Atomic Energy Community has been financed since 1975 by a system of own resources. Budget revenue comes from several sources: levies on food imports into the EC; customs duties on non-agricultural imports; a proportion of the value added tax (VAT) levied nationally by the Member States; contributions from the Member States adjusted to their share of EC GNP. VAT contributions provide over one-half of EC revenue. The EC cannot borrow or accumulate deficits: the budget must be set annually and must be in balance.
A plan of financial operation embodying an estimate of proposed expenditures for a given period, and the proposed means of financing. The budget may be amended during the fiscal year by the Board of County Commissioners but only within the limitations specified by state statutes and/or administrative rules and regulations.
A financial plan to manage the spending and saving of money.
A personal financial record which has the figures of all the income and expenditure done within a specific time limit of all money spent and earned in a specific time frame.
A plan of financial operation consisting of an estimate of income and expenditures for a given period and purpose, usually one year.
A budget is a plan for the coordination of resources (income, checking/savings accounts, etc.) and expenses, to prevent spending more than available resources.
A financial plan showing the money needed to achieve programme goals within the given period.
A cash flow plan. A budget gives every dollar a name at the beginning of the month.
A financial plan for saving and spending money.
A target account balance that one plans to meet.
A written plan of the finances of an organization. A budget tells how much the organization plans to spend and to earn or raise, as in fund-raising. A budget can cover periods of time like one month, three months (or quarter), one year (might be termed an annual budget). Sometimes it covers all of these time periods.
Money allocated for expenditures in order to achieve predetermined goals.
The chancellor's annual announcement of the government's fiscal policy changes. Inside the chancellor's famous red briefcase are details of how much cash he plans to raise through taxes and how he then plans to spend it. It usually takes place in March. In a balanced budget, the government matches income with expenditure. Classical economists argued that this should always be the aim of government policy. The budget is in deficit when government income falls short of spending plans, and in surplus when the government collects more in taxes than it intends to spend on public goods and services.
The list of items that you spend money on and the amount of money that you earn. This list is organized in a systematic way in order to ensure that money is properly allocated for a given time period.
Official of governmental statement of actual or projected revenue and expenditure. Such a statement is usually annual and delivered before a country's parliament. Technically any measures therein are usually proposals and subject to parliamentary approval.
Annual cost plan for the body corporate's regular commitments. When approved at a general meeting it becomes the basis for calculating levies.
A budget is a comprehensive statement of government finances, including spending, revenues, deficit or surplus, and debt. The budget is usually the government's main economic policy document, indicating how the government plans to use public resources to meet policy goals. As a statement of fiscal policy, the budget shows the nature and extent of the government's impact on the economy. The budget is prepared by the executive and then generally is submitted to the legislature to be reviewed, amended, and adopted as law. The budget preparation process begins many months before the start of the fiscal year covered by the budget, so that it can be enacted into law before the fiscal year begins.
A plan of financial operation expressing the estimates of proposed expenditures for a fiscal year and the proposed means of financing them.
Estimated cost and revenue amounts for a given range of periods and set of books. There can be multiple budget versions for the same set of books.
Planned expenditure and funds allocated for a project.
An estimate of the income and expenditures for a future period of time, usually one year.
the annual forecast of expected revenues, expenses and profits by store, region and company for the coming fiscal year.
A financial plan for both saving & spending money.
Formal statement of annual income and expenditure to which an organisation or company will work in any given year. This will obviously rely to some extent on realistic "projections". An organisation's annual budget will require the formal approval of the board or legally constituted governing body as the main instrument of financial control.
Budget authority Budget deficit
The troop's plan for income and expenses for a specified period of time
The process to establish specific goals concerning the income and expenses of the business. Used in comparisons with actual results.
A planning document to show plans for expenditure and expectations of income for the planning period (usually the financial year of the P&C).
An annual proposal that outlines anticipated Federal revenue and designates program expenditures for the upcoming fiscal year.
A formal estimate of future income and expenses used for financial planning.
A plan of financial operation comprised of estimated expenditures for a given period (a single fiscal year for the City) and the proposed means of financing the expenditures (through revenues).
A fiscal plan / low value, more information ...
a plan you create for controlling spending and encouraging saving.
A plan of your spending.
Budget is the amount which the agency will pay to complete a task. It the cost before markups. This amount does not appear on the printed Estimate form, and is a net amount.
The total cost of attending school for one academic year, including tuition, books and supplies, and living expenses. The Office of Student Financial Aid calculates standard budgets for all students yearly.
A plan of financial operation embodying an estimate of proposed expenditures for a given period and the proposed means of financing them. Used without any modifier, the term usually indicates a financial plan for a single fiscal year.
The government's estimates on how much their programs will cost and where they will get the money to pay for them.
A statement of financial position for a specific period based upon estimates of income and expenditures during the period.
A specific spending plan, broken down into relevant line items, for the purpose of calculating the balance between income and expenses over a designated period of time.
The Government's expenditure plan placed before the Parliament every year showing how much money the Government expects to receive and how it intends to raise and spend the money. The Budget is usually considered in February and March of each year.
Numeric code for a recognized function within the institution. Used by payroll to charge expenses and designate responsible unit.
Financial commitment necessary to meet your scope of work.
In a financial planning context the word 'budget' means an amount of money that is planned to spend on a particularly activity or resource, usually over a trading year, although budgets apply to shorter and longer periods.
The applicant's financial plan for carrying out the project or program.
estimate of cost and monies needed to carry out programs
A financial plan of action, expressed in monetary terms, which covers a specified time period, such as one year.
The detailed statement outlining estimated project costs to support work under a grant or contract.(See also rebudget.)
A specific plan which identifies a plan of operations for the fiscal year, states the expenditures required to meet that plan of operations, as well as identifies the revenues necessary to finance the plan. The annual County budget is established by County Board resolution.
an estimate or plan of expected income, spending and savings used to achieve goals.
A detailed schedule of financial activity, such as an advertising budget, a sales budget, or a capital budget.
A magazine's projected circulation numbers and revenues for the year. The budget, now most often developed with the help of a computer model, is based on an analysis of the volume and revenue to be produced by various circulation sources, along with their costs.
A plan for spending. In the case of state (non-self-sustaining) budgets, it is also the authority to spend.
A plan of expected spending and income
A systematic plan for the expenditure of a usually fixed resource, such as money or time, during a given period. An itemized forecast of an individual's or company's income and expenses expected for some period in the future.
A plan for determining in advance the expenditure of time, money, etc.
A budget is a quantified financial statement that covers a defined period of time. A budget will normally include planned sales costs assets, liabilities and associated cash flows.
A financial plan itemizing income and expense during a projected time period.
A plan of financial operation embodying an estimate of proposed expenditures for a given period or purpose and the proposed means of financing them. NOTE: The term "budget" is used in two senses in practice. Sometimes it designates the financial plan presented to the legislature for adoption and sometimes the plan finally approved by that body. It is usually necessary to specify whether the budget under consideration is preliminary and tentative or whether it has been approved by the legislature. The term is also sometimes confused with the budget document.
A method or procedure for determining in advance how much your expenses will be for a given period (usually a year) and how much your income will be for that same period. Unless you own a small country (see Taxes), income must always be greater than expenses.
A figure used to determine eligibility for financial aid, representing the average cost of education, generally for a school year. The budget is also known as the Cost of Attendance; it includes fees, tuition, room and board, books and supplies, transportation and miscellaneous items.
Financial projections normally covering one or more years
The Presidentâ€™s annual proposal to Congress, usually submitted in January, for federal expenditures and revenues for the coming fiscal year (which starts October 1).
This refers to the money that comes in and goes out on a monthly basis. Keeping a budget can help you to stay on track financially.
The amount of funding allocated to a department or unit for operations, as well as the allocation of funding to various accounts within a department or unit.
Lawful authority for the execution of monetary proposals dealing with specific, detailed spending needs.
As used in this document, the plan for financial operation during the coming year as approved by ordinance of the City Council. Also used to refer to the document containing that plan.
Total estimated cost of your project, including direct costs associated with each of your project's activities, as well as indirect costs
A detailed plan that helps you coordinate your income and expenses.
a detail itemization of expenses and revenues for a specific period of time, usually for a year
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.
The various news departments' proposals for what they want to put in the newspaper. Has to do with space and news, not dollars.
The annual statement giving the Meeting's financial needs for this period of time.
Is a spending plan which enables an individual to satisfy his/her needs and wants according to the individual's income.
The financial record you use to keep track of the money you earn, how much you spend and what you spend it on. Your budget also includes savings and how much you pay to your creditors.
used interchangeably with COA, the financial aid budget is the total cost of education for the student for the coming year, including tuition, fees, books, room and board, transportation, and personal expenses. Budgets, or COAs, are school specific and are determined by the financial aid office.
A budget is a financial plan that details future expected income and expenditure. Also refers to a specific sum of money set aside for a particular project.
A quantitative plan allocating the approved financial resources required to provide a specified level of performance within a specific period of time.
An estimate of expenditures to be incurred in the performance of a project.
an estimate of the income and expenses of a person, a family or an organization, over a certain period of time
A financial plan that summarizes anticipated income and expenditures over a period of time.
University of Alberta: The monetary plan which estimates revenue and expenditures for a period of time corresponding to the Award Period(s). In a balanced budget, revenues equal expenses. The budget provides spending guidelines for the research project.
A planning and controlling document for financial operation with estimates of proposed expenditures and revenues for a given period of time, usually one year. A plan or action expressed in figures.
The estimated cost of attendance for a student at an institution: typically includes tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, board, personal expenses and transportation.
A financial plan serving as an estimate of and a management tool to monitor levels of revenues and expenditures compared to expectations.
A plan for saving and spending money. As a verb, it means to develop such a plan.
an itemised forecast of a company's incomes and expenditure for a given future period
A plan outlining an organization's financial and operational goals.
A method or plan for the management of spending and saving of money.
The budget is the annual announcement of the government's fiscal policy changes. It announces the tax changes proposed for the following tax year, and also how the government plans to spend that revenue.
The budget covers the governmental decisions on how to raise money and where to spend it. Traditionally, one of the most public decisions in government. A government may have several budgets for the different funds in government. The budget for the general fund is usually the largest. Financial reports, which should assess financial performance, including compliance with budget, are not nearly as widely debated or circulated.
Financial plan that serves as an estimate of future cost, REVENUES or both.
is a plan for how much money you have and how much money you spend. Sticking to a realistic budget allows you to pay off your debts and save for the proverbial rainy day.
An estimate of receipts and expenditures for a fiscal year or a biennium.
A plan for financial operation consisting of an estimate of proposed income and expenditures for a given time period and purpose.
A list of how a person allocates money among different expenses.
A tool individuals, companies, and governments use to plan earnings and expenses for a period. A personal budget lists income and expenses such as housing, food, clothes, and entertainment. A balanced budget also includes saving a portion of income. To budget is to create a plan for funds, time, or other items.
A plan for future expenditures and investments over a specified period of time, taking into account projected income and management objectives, as well as assets and liabilities, capital and reserve accounts.
a formal projection of spending and income for an upcoming period of time, traditionally submitted by the President or Executive for consideration and approval.
Financial plan estimating expenses.
The total cost of attending a post-secondary institution for one academic year. The student's budget usually includes tuition, fees, room, board, books, supplies, travel, and personal expenses. Each institution develops its own student budget.
The federal governments tool to exercise fiscal policies. It consists of the future expenditure and revenue for the next financial year.
a plan that shows the parliament how much money the government expects to get and how it will spend the money in the coming year.
A formal statement of management's expectations of sales, expenses, volume, and other financial transactions of an organization. A budget is a tool for planning and control. In the beginning it can act as a plan and in the end it can act as control to measure performance against so that future plans can be improved. (Also, a piece of paper that is quoted when one department wants another department's money, and is ignored when a department needs more money than is in the budget. See also: inter-department rivalry.)
Projected income and expenses for a given period.
A plan that includes an estimate of future costs and revenues related to expected activities. The budget serves as a pattern for and a control over future operations.
A formalized plan regarding expected income and expenses.
See Cost of Attendance (COA).
A budget is an estimation of the costs of a proposed project, including direct costs and F&A costs. Budgets generally consist of an itemized list of expenses, an explanation of the expenses, and a justification of why those expenses are necessary.
The estimated cost of attendance for an institution including direct (tuition, fees) and indirect (transportation, books and supplies, room and board, and other expenses) costs.
A document sent by the President to the Congress (usually in January) estimating federal expenditures and revenues for the ensuing fiscal year.
A detailed plan of income and expenses expected over a certain period of time. A budget can provide guidelines for managing future investments and expenses.
(HG) The amount of money that is allocated to a station, department or division for a month of telephone usage. Used for cost allocation and control and exception reporting
Budget (from French bougette) generally refers to a list of all planned expenses and revenues. A budget is an important concept in microeconomics, which uses a budget line to illustrate the trade-offs between two or more goods.