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From the budget to the investment
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= new store (big investment) refer
to the quantities sold
1.3.1 Sales and production budget
These provide information for
Sales forecasting, distribution costs and estimated volume
Production costs, material costs, direct labor costs
The production box are related to the direct costs
1.3.2 Head of department budgets
Difference of sales and production departments to develop
Zero budgeting (budget from the ground)
Overhead Budget (historical budget)
1.3.3 Investment Budget (long term)
This budget describes the nature of the expenditure. If you are planning
for example, to invest in vehicles and buildings, your funds will be set for a
1.4 Policy of the budget plan
In this section, the following points will be discussed, which are essential
for the success of a budget
What is important to know concerning the overview? Budget
philosophy and approach to value creation, operational support and
As the requirements vary in accuracy between the individual
companies, the calculation is done in terms of sales, cost estimates and
geographical areas on productive units, offices and product lines
The prevention of street fights, different tactics budget, a necessary
margin (bottom up), from top to bottom and the prevention of
1.3 Types of budgets
The most common types of budgets are listed below:
To plan sales and production sites to direct budget costs
Departmental budgets to plan and control the expenses
Investment budget to identify long-term needs and to fund