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"Total Business Budgeting is well thought out and comprehensive. It simplifies the budgeting process by providing the content in an easy-to-read format. This is the only budgeting book I will ever need." ?Thomas Farrell Director of Business Development, Ernst & Young LLP
"Total Business Budgeting goes beyond presenting a set of basic budgeting guidelines and applications?along with helpful exhibits and forms?for all segments of business operations. A valuable compendium of underlying techniques associated with each business segment is also included in brief, easy-to-read format. Rachlin?s book provides a guide for budgeting and a take-off point for more specialization and more complex situations." ?Serge L. Wind Portfolio Analysis and Special Projects Finance Director Lucent Technologies, Inc.
Analyzing Outside Influences.
Developing Performance Targets.
Budgeting Shareholder Value.
Budgeting Return on Investment.
Developing Budget Segments.
Organizing and Administering the Budgeting Process.
Using Breakeven Analysis to Make Budget Decisions.
Budgeting Shared Resources or Common Costs.
Developing the Sales Budget.
Preparing Production Budgets.
Preparing the Distribution Cost Budget.
Preparing the Administrative Budget.
Preparing the Advertising and Promotion Budget.
Preparing the Research and Development Budget.
Preparing the Other Income and Expense Budget.
Preparing the Estimated Statement of Earnings.
Preparing the Cash Budget.
Preparing the Accounts Receivable Budget.
Preparing the Inventory Budget.
Preparing the Other Current Assets Budget.
Preparing the Capital Investments Budget.
Techniques for Evaluating Capital Investments.
Developing the Loan Budget.
Developing the Accounts Payable Budget.
Developing the Other Liabilities Budget.
Developing the Equity Budget.
Developing the Balance Sheet Budget.
Preparing the Statement of Cash Flows.
Monitoring and Controlling Budget Variances.
Behavioral Implications of Budgeting.