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Best-practice Budgeting

Source: IBM
Each year, companies invest substantially to create an annual budget, spending heavily on specialty software, staff overtime, and temporary help for data entry. In a perfect world, these investments would deliver excellent returns—but often, they simply don’t. Learn budgeting, forecasting, and financial performance management best practices that can help you maximize budgeting benefits and minimize budgeting pain.


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