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CHAPTEK PAGE 1 Purpose of Budgeting
Basic Considerations in Budgeting
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accounting advertising amount analysis assumed basic basis budget period cash budget cerns changes charges classification concerns cost items customers detailed determine developed direct labor distribution costs dollar duction established estimates example excessive expected expenditures expense factors Figure fixed costs forecast gross profit illustration increase individual industry inventory labor cost labor hours machine manufacturing market research material measure ment method money volume month monthly necessary operations orders past sales percentage physical units physical volume plant and equipment possible prepared problem procedure production budget production costs production program purchases purposes quantities rates reasonable relationship reports responsibility revised salaries sales budget sales effort sales executives sales program sales promotional sales standards sales volume salesmen semi-variable costs sold standard costs statement Stenography supplies taxes territories tion Total trend types unit of product usually variable burden variable costs variances volume levels