A plan of proposed capital outlays and the means of financing them for the current fiscal period. It is usually a part of the current budget. If a Capital Program is in operation, it will be the first year thereof. A Capital Program is sometimes referred to as a Capital Budget.
School system's budget for multi-year construction projects Central Office DOE (as distinguished from individual schools)
A plan to finance long-term outlays, such as for fixed assets like facilities and equipment. see also budget.
The word, capital, is long-term in nature. Capital Budget keeps track of the government's capital receipts and payments. This accounts for market loans, borrowings from the Reserve Bank and other institutions through the sale of Treasury Bills, loans acquired from foreign governments and recoveries of loans granted by the Central government to state governments and Union Territories.
It constitutes the capital transactions i.e capital receipts and capital expenditure along with the public account transactions.
Budget for capital assets and infrastructure such as facilities, renovation, and certain equipment
The portion of a budget, or a separate budget, devoted to proposed additions to capital assets and the means of financing those additions.
The capital budget is that portion of the State Budget that deals with projects for the construction, renovation, improvement, acquisition and original furniture and equipment of any building, structure, facility, land or land rights. Projects must have an estimated useful life in excess of five years and an estimated cost in excess of $100,000. Most of the capital budget projects in the past have been paid from monies raised by the sale of bonds.
a company's plan for capital expenditures (acquisition of fixed assets).
a cost-benefit assessment of your export objectives and serves as your operating plan for measuring expenditures and revenues
The current-year spending plan that identifies and balances revenues or other financial resources with spending for the acquisition or construction of major infrastructure projects. Although the capital budget is often approved separately from the operating budget, capital projects can be funded in the operating budget. For each item in the capital budget, costs include not only the building, structure, facility, land or land rights, but also the related cost of original furniture and equipment.
This is the estimated amount planned to be expended for capital items in a given fiscal period. Capital items are fixed assets such as facilities and equipment, the cost of which is normally written off over a number of fiscal periods. The capital budget, however, is limited to the expenditures which will be made within the fiscal year comparable to the related operating budgets.
A plan of proposed capital expenditures for buildings, parks, utilities, etc., and their financing sources. The Capital Budget should be enacted as part of the Cityâ€™s Consolidated Budget which includes both the Operating Budget and the Capital Budget. The Capital Budget should be based on the first fiscal year of the five (5) (plus) year Capital Improvement Budget (CIB).
all proposed capital expenditure funded by appropriation for outcomes, by equity injections or loans and/or appropriations for administered capital, or by other sources.
Contains authorization to acquire capital assets that include depreciable property, plant, equipment, and software developed, manufactured, transferred or acquired during a fiscal year for a determinable cost of $100,000 or more, and having a useful life of two or more years.
A unified financial plan that accounts for needs and spending levels for a group of current and prospective capital facilities within a broader governmental budget.
A firm's planned capital expenditures.
It shows the capital receipts and payments of the government. Principal items are market loans, borrowings from the RBI and other parties through the sale of Treasury bills, loans received from foreign governments and recoveries of loans granted by the Central government to state and union territory governments. Capital payments are those made for acquisition of assets.
A separate budget used by state governments for items such as new construction, major renovations, and acquisition of physical property. Capital budgets are different from operating budgets, which cover most other general expenses.
A fiscal plan for the proposed additions to capital assets and their financing.
money set aside on a recurring basis to meet capital expenditure.
a budget for the use of a company's money.
consists of capital receipts and payments, loans and advances granted by the Union Government to State and Union Territory governments, government companies, corporations and other parties. The Capital Budget also incorporates transactions in the Public Account.
sets forth the expenditures on capital items such as buildings, land, and equipment. Page 324
A firms set of planned capital expenditures.
A budget that shows a company's plans for the financial management of its long-term, high-cost investment proposals, such as new investments, major repairs to or remodeling of existing investments, acquisitions of other companies or lines of business, mandated safety and environmental improvements, expense reduction projects, and revenue expansion projects.