Managing Money in Higher Education: A Guide to the Financial Process and Effective Participation Within It
This book provides criteria for assessing the financial management process, identify such important elements as protecting the asset base, ensuring resource allocation for high priority activities, maintaining control while the financial plan is being executed, and more. It also tells how to improve financial management proficiency by utilizing information systems technology, financial reports, and accounting procedures - and suggests ways of responding to fiscal crisis.
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Assessing Factors That Affect Financial Needs
Developing a Realistic Budget and Financial Plan
Managing and Controlling the Flow of Money
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