Budget

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Budget is the money to be spent on a project, or by a person or organization in a time period. It usually lists the various things that are to be done, and how much to spend on each. For example, a construction budget may list the various kinds of material and labor and the money to spend on each. A budget may also list estimated revenues. When spending is less than revenues, it is a surplus budget. When spending is more than revenues, it is a deficit budget. When they are the same, it's a balanced budget.[1]

An organization's budget is usually for a fiscal year.

The common usage of the word "budget" refers to a financial plan by an individual or an organization based on their projected income and expenses.It also is used in the sense of the amount that individual or organization can spend.[2]

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  1. "The Elevate Guide to Budget Reconciliation".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. "Budget Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary". Retrieved 2021-02-25.