Budget Report

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Budget Report

A report detailing a company's planned expenditures and allowing comparison to what they actually were. The budget report contains two columns, one for budgeted outlays and one for actual. The budget report helps a company determine how closely its budgets mirror reality and how well it manages its costs. The difference between the budgeted and actual amount is called the budget variance.
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data experts at Trinity Mirror have concluded that you would need 22.5 years of education to understand Redcar & Cleveland Council's budget reports (Gazette, 23.10.14).
Trovato will be responsible for the development of cash flow projections, project budget reports, and the management of the overall cost reporting process ' for construction projects.
OBPBT is organized in three parts (OECD, 2001a): Part I lists the principal budget reports that governments should produce and their general content; Part II describes specific disclosures to be contained in the reports, including both financial and non-financial performance information, while Part III highlights practices for ensuring the quality and integrity of the reports.
The principal budget reports included in Part I can be separated into two groups: policy documents--ex-ante reports--and accountability documents--ex-post reports - (see Figure 1).
The pre-budget report also disclosed that [pounds sterling]4m in savings from children's services planned in previous budget reports would not be taken following a rise in the number of vulnerable children needing council support across the city.
Budget reports and an update on new proposed building to house Library and other community projects.
Tuesday, 7pm, Area Committee, Huddersfield: Budget reports and open forum.
The draft budget reports that the economy was boosted by 2005's rocketing oil prices, which in turn will increase 2006's production to about 600m barrels.
For California's Orange and Santa Clara Counties, budget reports provide taxpayers with detailed spending analysis packed with charts and complex formatting.
The other binders on the file cabinet, all labeled on the outside spine, contain all memos in chronological order for references, master copies of forms to be used for duplication, copies of weekly press releases in chronological order, and monthly budget reports.
At this juncture, nearly every residential property management firm in the city has turned in annual budget reports to boards of directors, shareholders, unit owners and investors of client cooperatives and condominiums.
Today's property manager must do more than review monthly budget reports, he or she must devise ways to increase reserve funds, analyze ways to defer costs, and be knowledgeable about financing for individual co-op and condo owners.