Ch 3: Budgeting in Business

About This Chapter

The lessons in this chapter are designed to help you develop a deeper understanding of budget development, calculations and components. This information can be helpful if you're looking to supplement business or accounting class studies or prepare for assessment exams.

Budgeting in Business - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you will study details about corporate budgeting, master budgets and budget controls. Detailed definitions and examples ensure that the material is clearly and effectively explained and that you retain the most important facts addressed in these lessons.

You will also learn about variance reports and how to calculate variances in budgets. After a thorough review of this chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  • List the major components of a master budget
  • Identify and explain different budget controls
  • Prepare a corporate budget
  • Analyze budget variances
  • Relate steps for preparing budgeted reports, such as those for cash and profit

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Chapter Practice Exam
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