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budget

noun accountancy, accounts, allocation, allowance, appropriation, balance sheet, balance statement, distribution, estimated expenditures, planned disbursement, profit and loss account, provision, ration, statement, statement of account
Associated concepts: budget bill, budget notes, itemized budget, municipal budget, public debt limitations
See also: allotment, appropriation, estimate, finance, overhead, program
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This will require passing a sound budget plan for 2010 and making further cuts in public spending, particularly difficult ahead of the election.
The book offers summary advice to help readers develop a frugal lifestyle in areas such as dining, travel, shopping, green living, and education; personal finance help includes investment tips and advice for creating a sound budget.
All in all, I think we are presenting the towns with an educationally sound budget that they will be able to support," Guinta said.
Governor Blunt is committed to working constructively with members of the General Assembly to ensure the state follows sound budget policies.
Offering a wealth of practical, applicable, step-by-step ideas, suggestions, techniques, and processes, "Every Nonprofit's Guide To Publishing" (which includes an accompanying CD-Rom) covers crafting a mission statement and goals for the publication or website, establishing and adhering to a sound budget, consistently producing high-quality content, designing and printing the publication, creating a compelling website, as well as developing marketing and advertising strategies to support the publication or website.
This was not the production of a responsible and financially sound budget that reflected a concern for the taxpayer.
2 million screen, image and sound budget which is intended to support and grow a cluster of creative businesses in the region.
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.
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.