Spending Control

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Spending Control

Any tactic or strategy designed to reduce or otherwise discipline the spending of an organization. Spending controls may be adopted in a corporation, a non-profit, or even a government.
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8 (Petra) -- The Cabinet Sunday endorsed and sent to parliament the 2016 draft general budget Law, which prescribes further spending controls and projects a 9.
City have accepted the sanctions and will have PS32m of their fine returned if they comply with the spending controls brought in by UEFA president Michel Platini.
A statement from the club's board said they were striving to comply with UEFA's financial fair play (FFP) rules and the Premier League's new spending controls.
In the 1990s Ross Perot led a valiant effort to push Congress to pass permanent spending controls that would have avoided this mess.
Meanwhile, a compromise on spending controls is expected to be agreed by the Premier League chairmen next month despite four of the leading clubs writing to demand Uefa's full financial fair play rules are brought in.
A COMPROMISE solution on spending controls is expected to be agreed by the Premier League chairmen next month despite four of the leading clubs writing to demand UEFA's full financial fair play rules are brought in.
However the exact details of the spending controls has yet to be agreed - specifically around how much wealthy owners can put into the club to cover losses, sources close to the process have disclosed.
However, the exact details of the spending controls have yet to be agreed - specifically around how much wealthy owners can put into the club to cover losses, sources close to the process have disclosed.
THE Premier League took a significant step yesterday towards spending controls after agreeing in principle to make breaking even a necessity for clubs.
However sources close to the process have disclosed that the exact details of the spending controls have yet to be agreed - specifically around how much wealthy owners can put into the club to cover losses.
The Los Angeles Times reported that the district has resumed construction earlier than anticipated after forming a $160 million reserve fund to cover unforeseen costs, stronger spending controls, and an annual set-aside fund for deferred maintenance.
6 trillion, based on a combination of spending controls and tax increases.