Long-Range Budget

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Long-Range Budget

A budget with a term usually longer than one year. A long-range budget involves more uncertainty than a short-term budget because, typically, market movements and the business cycle are more easily predictable in the short term. On the other hand, planning for the long-term is necessary in order to ensure sustainable profitability. Thus, while planning for the long term is necessary, one's plan must be flexible to account for the uncertainty inherent to it.
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is attending an informal European Council meeting in Brussels where the political priorities of the EU's new long term budget are discussed.
Wales desperately needs long term budget and support in investment in sustainable jobs and communities through European funding mechanism.
THE cut to the EU's long term budget for 2014-20 agreed by the heads of government for the first time in history will mean the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will also be reduced.
000% SOURCE: TPC tables T12-0198, T12-0203, T12-0182, and T12-0042, CBO 2012 Long Term Budget Outlook, and Authors' calculations Table A2: One Trillion Dollars Distributed Across Income Groups ($Billion) All Federal Taxes Cash Income Level Current Current Policy Administration's Law Budget $ thousands Less than 10 1.
10) The 2012 CBO Long Term Budget Outlook Supplemental Tables show average real annual interest rates for 10 year Treasury bonds leveling out at 3.
Their economic policy is austerity and unemployment now, and then a long term budget that would explode the debt when the economy recovers so the interest rates would be so high nobody would be able to do anything," he added.
This unique energy cooperative program provides the member companies with long term budget stability and eliminates market volatility.
The Daily Post revealed yesterday long term budget plans across the region faced being thrown into chaos and the roll-out of other dental services could be delayed.
iForecast can project an asset/liability model up to 20 years in advance, determining cash costs and future accounting expenses or income, enabling the plan sponsor to develop realistic long term budget planning strategies.
European leaders meeting in Brussels yesterday and today are aiming to reach an agreement on the long term budget and, as part of that, will also be discussing some CAP policy issues that are still undecided.
The approval of the sales price increase relates to the implementation of the long term Budget Process ( the Budget Process ) as previously announced on June 27, 2012 that was approved by Sanya Municipal government as part of the solution to address the ongoing gas shortage issue in the Sanya Region.
However, government will not discuss long term budgets until after the pilots.