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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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Although in some respects a sound budget, it is by no means as "generous" as it has been depicted by the media.
The basics of budgeting in Memos are broadly framed by three topics, which Forsythe feels have received short shrift elsewhere: the impact of the economic cycle on budgeting, long-term strategic budgetary planning, and the tactical challenges of persuading others to adopt a sound budget.
Maintaining a sound budget position will require reforms
Students do not plump for the college with a sound budget.
The eagerness to dispose of the paper surpluses says more about the political culture than sound budget policy.
LOOKS like a sound budget, for everyone but pensioners.
Therefore, the manager who is using the latest but out-of-date PCI values is unable to develop a sound budget and management plan.
The Annual Report: Budget Review, 1989-90 describes these processes, discusses the Board's record of sound budget management, and provides trend data.
Our resolve to constrain expenditure, drive further efficiencies in government and stick to our wages policy has enabled us to maintain a sound budget position, despite losing more than $6 billion in GST revenue from Canberra, Mr Wells said.
REBNY supports the Governor's efforts to put in place a fiscally sound budget without raising taxes that will encourage private sector job growth and make NY an attractive place to live.
In Strasbourg, certain MEPs were eagerly awaiting a reaction by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office to the idea of sharing a European embassy in its former protectorate on the borders of Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, in the name of European integration and sound budget management.
Realism is needed if you're going to come up with a sound budget and - especially if you are planning to buy a car or home.
The absence of such plans was seen to be a major obstacle to sound budget delegation.
The GFOA, long a leader in promoting sound budget practices, was instrumental in establishing the National Advisory Council on State and Local Budgeting (NACSLB) to help provide this needed direction.