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Synonyms for budget

Synonyms for budget

a measurable whole

Words related to budget

a sum of money allocated for a particular purpose

a summary of intended expenditures along with proposals for how to meet them

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Milestones achieved in FY 2013 include the effective implementation of consolidated bank supervision and passing of a new public financial act in Kenya, updates in national accounts methodologies and price indexes in several member countries, and the introduction of high-frequency indicators of economic activities in Rwanda and Uganda.
If a car or truck gets repossessed, the owner owes an average of $5,200 besides losing the vehicle, and faces interest rates ranging from 18% to 25% on the purchase of their next set of wheels if they otherwise get their financial act together.
Make a note that over the next few days you should straighten out your emotions, get your financial act together and zero in on obligations.
BIRMINGHAM is placing too much faith in the FA failing to get their financial act together for Wembley before the April deadline for a new national stadium.
It's one thing to support art and music at the highest level but quite another to continually prop up an organisation which has never got its financial act together.
Anyone who is seriously committed to getting his or her financial act together can make significant strides by taking advantage of the wisdom of a financial adviser.
The state has also retained outside expertise to help the school get its financial act together.
The only way to clean up football's financial act and restore some transparency and integrity to the 'beautiful game' is to apply the 'fit and proper person' rules strictly and without any fear or favour.
As VAT cannot be wound up and down, due to EU regulations, the obvious excessive consumer control is to alter the deposit levels and also repayment times by simple Financial Act orders.
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