Definitions for "Budget"
An itemized forecast of an individuals or companys income and expenses expected for some period in the future.
The annual financial statement which the British chancellor of the exchequer makes in the House of Commons. It comprehends a general view of the finances of the country, with the proposed plan of taxation for the ensuing year. The term is sometimes applied to a similar statement in other countries.
One of the principal functions of the Legislature is to approve a spending plan for state government. Lawmakers will have about $4.5 billion to spend on the next fiscal year.
A bag or sack with its contents; hence, a stock or store; an accumulation; as, a budget of inventions.
The editorial meeting with News Director, Porducers and Reporters. Before I became ND the producers divied-up the stories like a married couple decidling which bills get paid at the end of the month, hence: Budget. (Bill Evans)
The budget is comprised of the total costs involved in the construction of the home, the amount of costs that the borrower may have already paid, and the costs remaining to be paid to complete the home. This will quickly identify the borrower's equity already paid, and the amount of borrower funding needed at closing, if any.
Proposed costs to be met by the funder and all other funding sources. Specific projects should include separate budgets for general operating expenses and the specific project. The budget should be presented in columnar for according to general accounting/bookkeeping practices OR as specifically requested by the funder).
Funds required to produce a film or television production, derived by combining all projected expenses for equipment, salaries, locations, travel, and all other above-the-line and below-the-line production costs.
Keywords:  spent, bill, equates, income, record
A written record of bills and income. page 22
A bill that states how much money will be spent on government programs and services.
A figure which equates approximately to half the amount that will be spent on an IT Project.
An accounting of the input/output, production/decay, and accumulation/depletion of mass or energy in the system. In a perfect simulation, (net accumulation/depletion) = (net input/output) + (net production/decay). SUTRA reports separate budgets for fluid mass and solute mass or thermal energy.
A list of stories for the next days paper.
The lineup of news stories scheduled for the next day's newspaper.
Budget is a simple personnal finance management software for Mac OS X. It features multiple accounts, scheduled transactions, charts for categories and account history.
No-one in F1 does anything without a very large amount of money to pay for the activity.
The amount of money that is available for, required for, or assigned to a particular purpose.
The amount of money that an advertiser sets aside for an advertising campaign. Different publishers allow for advertisers to set daily, weekly or monthly budgets.
In sporadic scheduling, the amount of time a thread is permitted to execute at its normal priority before being dropped to its low priority.
Keywords:  broke, going, methodically
A method for going broke methodically.
development illegal notion situation wide-ranging
A field in the Disbursement editing window that allows the user to set a limit for contributions to specific candidates. Once a budget is set, Keep In Touch will not allow the user to enter a disbursement that exceeds the set budget.
Keywords:  buffer, zone
Buffer Zone
Keywords:  cash, flow, managing, company, process
This is a process for managing cash flow in your company.