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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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the political sensitivity of the budgeter is designed to facilitate
First, the goal of providing information to budgeters about citizen needs and preferences was the second most prevalent among SFAI members (92%) and nearly the least prevalent among IBP groups (59%).
(The press is characterized as part of the public because it generally talks to the citizens, not directly to city hall.) Each of these groups needs to know certain things, and the budgeter must tell them in a way that engages their interest and informs them, in short, creating a dialogue.
The "balanced budgeters" were the second-richest group, with a total expenditure of $46,518.
The over-55s are the best budgeters, with almost half managing their money, compared to just 27 per cent of those aged 18 to 34.
Gen Z respondents who had experience with more financial products were found to be better budgeters. And on average those good budgeters had $850 more in savings than those who didn't budget as well ($950 vs.
By making it known how much we have to spend, our budgeters can begin the process of tightening our belt to rein in state spending to fit within this number.
of New York), and Forsythe's (Wagner School, New York U.) textbook provides students and novice budgeters with a specific set of skills needed in order to be successful when creating and tracking budgets.
The report showed the best budgeters to be Scottish people, with a combined annual miscalculation of just pounds 58 per household.
Lawmakers should resist the temptation to raid a small-budget, high-yield program that costs less money than federal budgeters shave when rounding decimal points.
Results must be produced, documented, promoted, and reaffirmed for number crunchers, zero-based budgeters, and legislators.
We aren't primarily legal experts, accounting experts, trade experts, tax experts, budgeters, risk managers, negotiators, relationship developers, or many other things.
"The KC-130F models have exceeded their design life and are flying on 'borrowed time,' which impacts the maintenance Marines working excessively long hours and the pockets of the program budgeters. The service life extension programs are quickly becoming cost prohibitive."
The survey revealed the most popular budgeting method is to take a set amount of travellers cheques - 44pc of budgeters reported this to be their favoured method.