Foundations of Budgeting

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UNSW Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 73 pages
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Foundations of Budgeting is written specifically for TAFE/VET Accounting students, comprehensively covering all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria of the National Accounting module NAP730 - Budgeting. It features the following: concise and manageable size, which covers all learning outcomes and assessment criteria within the National Accounting module NAP730 - Budgeting; an emphasis on probelm solving - every chapter includes a range of comprehensive and practical problems, which provide the cornerstone for understanding and applying budgeting concepts; lots of illustrations and examples - including an entire chapter devoted to a comprehensive worked example; first three chapters that examine the theory behind budget preparation, thus allowing the reader to develop an understanding of the process and build confidence by using simple examples with clearly defined problems; no irrelevant subject matter - any material not relevant to learning outcomes of NAP730 is excluded; only problems that have been class tested within allowed times; and complete solutions to all problems, which make the text suitable for self-paced learning.

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Budgeted balance sheet
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COMPREHENSIVE WORKED EXAMPLE
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