Capital budget

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Capital budget

Capital Budget

A plan for a company's capital expenditures. Capital expenditures are payments made over a period of more than one year. They are used to acquire assets or improve the useful life of existing assets; an example of a capital expenditure is the funding to construct a factory. Making a capital budget must account for the potential profitability of the plans involved. Calculating the net present value or the internal rate of return are two methods for determining a capital budget.
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On April 20, 2016, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved the IMFs administrative and capital budgets for financial year (FY) 2017, beginning May 1, 2016, and took note of indicative budgets for FY201819.
Earlier this month, a Welsh Government spokesman had stated the administration was pushing for funds, saying: "In 'Investing in Britain's Future' published in June, the UK Government set out an overall funding envelope for HS2 and a budget of PS16bn from 2015-16 to 2020-21, clarifying that this will be funded from UK Government capital budgets.
Both levels of government have been considering difficult choices to address operating deficits in the coming fiscal year and funding gaps for capital budgets that place repair, maintenance and expansion of critical infrastructure at risk.
Capital budgets are used to allocate funds for physical assets that are to be acquired, constructed, renovated, and rehabilitated.
The sales and marketing and working capital budgets are carefully designed to underwrite the successful launch of your project.
Capital budgets are already found in 42 states and about 90 percent of America's municipalities.
It calculates depreciation, tracks maintenance contract information and helps prepare capital budgets.
I appreciate this opportunity to discuss the operating and capital budgets of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
Fundamental to modern capital budgeting are discounted cash flow (DCF) methods, which are now used by all large industrial firms to analyze capital budgets and plans.
The City of Toronto's Budget Committee today began the budget process to review the preliminary 2016 tax-supported operating and capital budgets.
The Building Congress report, based on an analysis of capital budgets, private sector development plans and other indicators, forecasts construction spending of $20.

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