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Budgeting Procedures For Housing Managers. Participant's Workbook


Report Acceptance Date: February 1979 (30 Pages)

Posted Date: February 07, 2012

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An important function of the housing manager is to control expenditures.
A good manager must insure that effective results are produced in return for money spent. A budget is a useful device for such a purpose.
Although every housing manager works with a budget, many lack a truly comprehensive budgeting system. The overall goal of this workshop is to enable you to implement such a comprehensive system.
The workshop contains four main learning objectives:

  1. You will cite three (3) useful aspects of a comprehensive budget system.
  2. You will list the three (3) major types of budgets and define each.
  3. You will cite three (3) important items to consider in making budget projections
  4. You will identify four (4) ratios used for analyzing financial data.

This report is part of the collection of scanned historical documents available to the public.

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