Handbook of budgeting
Fully revised and updated, it is a complete, practical, how-to book of budgeting preparation, presentation, analysis and uses in today's marketplace for both profit and nonprofit organizations. Each chapter is composed by prominent experts in the budgeting field. Contains working examples of forms, techniques and reports. Supplemented annually.
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BUDGETING AND THE STRATEGIC
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