's preferences because the budgeter
can retaliate by
The proportions of budget groups exhibiting the transparency-related activities of disseminating fiscal information and analysis through mass media channels, challenging (lobbying or contesting) executive-branch budgeters
, (4) and working directly for changes in fiscally relevant laws were similar across the two groups.
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.
Older travellers are more likely to identify themselves as budgeters
As expected, the two richest groups, the "happy retirees" and the "balanced budgeters
," had the highest income shares from assets (8.
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.
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.
Linking results with costs, so decision makers know how much it costs to produce a successful outcome, can aid both agency managers and external budgeters
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.