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Effective Financial Planning for Library and Information Services / Edition 2
     

Effective Financial Planning for Library and Information Services / Edition 2

by Duncan McKay, Duncan Mckay
 

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ISBN-10: 0851424643

ISBN-13: 9780851424644

Pub. Date: 06/19/2003

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This title is a concise guide to financial planning, with definitions of financial terms and the key processes involved, which also provides tips on how to present your budget most effectively to secure funding. As pressures of business increasingly affect all information functions, it has become ever more important to be able to justify the costs involved in

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This title is a concise guide to financial planning, with definitions of financial terms and the key processes involved, which also provides tips on how to present your budget most effectively to secure funding. As pressures of business increasingly affect all information functions, it has become ever more important to be able to justify the costs involved in running any form of information function. This second edition covers budgetary implications related to developments in information source provision.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780851424644
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
06/19/2003
Series:
Aslib Know How Guide Ser.
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
126
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 7.75(h) x 0.30(d)
Lexile:
1500L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Budgeting
2.1 Planning
2.2 Budgeting Basics
2.3 Budget Preparation
2.3.1 Line Item Budgeting
2.3.2 Formula Budgeting
2.3.3 Programme Budgeting
2.3.4 Performance Budgeting
2.3.5 Planning Programming Budgeting System
2.3.6 Zero Based Budgeting
2.4 Budget Development
2.5 Budget Presentation
2.6 Budget Timetables
2.7 Cash Budgeting
2.8 Budget Expenditure
3. Costing
3.1 Performance measures
3.2 Cost Accounting
3.3 Cost Analysis
4. Financial Reporting
4.1 Basic Book-Keeping
4.2 Accounting
4.3 Accounting Cycles
4.4 Financial Reports
4.5 Budget Variances
4.6 Corporate Reporting
5. Information versus Purchase
6. Software Packages
6.1 Spreadsheets
6.2 Information Unit Use of Spreadsheets
6.2.1 Budget and Budget Reporting
6.2.2 Financial Reporting
7. Organizations
7.1 Information Oriented
7.2 Accountancy Oriented
8. Further Reading
8.1 References
8.2 Bibliography
Appendix A. Example Budget Submission
Appendix B. Use of Spreadsheets for Financial Management: The Example of the Hess Information Centre

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