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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Benefits the city will realize from this expanded partnership include ensured regulatory compliance, the transfer of risk, a long-term budget with guaranteed costs and efficiencies in staffing and systems through integration of the wastewater and collection system operations.
The budget includes the highest funding level in Pennsylvania history for basic education; a comprehensive, long-term solution to the state's transportation infrastructure needs; continued investments to help Pennsylvanians in need; as well as a pension reform plan to address the $41 billion in unfunded pension liability and provide both short- and long-term budget relief.
WASHINGTON, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following news that Speaker Boehner is pushing for a vote on a continuing resolution (CR) that would fail to address long-term budget and spending reforms, FreedomWorks VP of Public Policy Dean Clancy announced that FreedomWorks has issued an urgent Key Vote "NO" against the closed House "rule" vote for H.
Ms Jensen criticised the compromise proposal circulating among member states for the EU's long-term budget (2014-2020).
We won't accept austerity throughout the entire seven-year period the long-term budget runs", said EPP group leader Joseph Daul (FR).
With an idea of the expected interest rates, customers can then use the Bill Jacobs Mazda car loan payment calculator to see how a particular vehicle will fit into their long-term budget plans.
MEPs insisted that the EU's debts must be settled before negotiations on the long-term budget could be concluded.
In "The Long-Term Returns of Obesity-Prevention Policies," author Alex Brill, research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, former policy director and chief economist for the House Committee on Ways & Means Committee and Republican tax advisor to the Simpson-Bowles Deficit Reduction Commission, asserts the 10-year scoring model used by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) fails to capture the potential long-term budget impacts of preventive health strategies, including policies and programs aimed at preventing or ameliorating obesity and the costly chronic diseases with which it is associated.
Unfortunately, California continues to face long-term budget challenges as a result of its overspending in the past," Aguiar said.
The final vote in the European Parliament's plenary session will take place later this year once the EU's long-term budget for 2014-2020 has been finally approved.
Finally, any Social Security reform proposal must also be looked at in the context of both the program and the long-term budget outlook.
325, the House-passed debt ceiling legislation that would raise the debt ceiling clean with no long-term budget solutions.