Short-term financial plan

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Short-term financial plan

A financial plan that covers the coming fiscal year.

Short-Term Financial Plan

A financial plan outlining investment and other financial goals for the coming fiscal year. Short-term financial plans involve less uncertainty than long-term financial plans because, generally speaking, market trends are more easily predictable in the short term. Likewise, short-term financial plans are more easily amendable as a result of the short time frame. Short-term financial plans usually invest in short-lived securities, such as T bills. A short-term financial plan aims to achieve goals that would be beneficial for one's long-term financial plan.
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The training programme covers several areas including: clarifying the concept and importance of breakeven analysis, the analysis of the relationship between size, cost and profit, the role of breakeven analysis on short-term financial planning and the role of breakeven analysis in pricing decisions, as well as the basics of cost categorization according to their relationship to the size of the productive, service and marketing sector and cost analysis and its auditing.
The importance of cash to many people is often overlooked - but it plays a crucial role in the short-term financial planning of many people.
The importance of cash to many people is often overlooked, but it plays a crucial role in the short-term financial planning of many people.
Helen also will work on refining Organik's long-term and short-term financial planning systems and establishing credit relationships.
The dichotomy between the aims of profitability and liquidity which is thus to be found in traditional short-term financial planning, can only be overcome by the use of general financing rules in which the solution to the long-term aspects of the problem is supposed to be found.
Young partially attributes the tendency to rely on credit during down times for the mounting debts that are forcing many Americans into short-term financial planning, as opposed to saving and investing for the future.
His accomplishments included new market development, negotiation of long-term contracts with retailers such as The Kroger Company and Wendy's International, and global short-term financial planning for divisions that sell well-known brands such as Tide, Downy, Bounce, Folgers and Pringles.
By combining investor relations and financial planning under Larson, Anadarko will seek to enhance its communications to the investment sector through greater integration with its short-term financial planning function.
The survey also revealed that most Americans rely on short-term financial planning, and that saving for their retirement is secondary to spending money on consumer goods.

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