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Financial Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting: Managing in Uncertain Economic Times
New economic conditions are driving companies to become increasingly cautious about the near future. But focusing on improving flexibility to dynamically

economic forecasting  Forecasting: Managing in Uncertain Economic Times New economic conditions are driving companies to become increasingly cautious about the near future. But focusing on improving flexibility to dynamically account for change shifts focus away from budget accuracy—putting you at risk of falling short of shareholder expectations. To achieve best-in-class status, you must plan, budget, and forecast more efficiently for improved agility, accuracy, and corporate performance.

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Insurance


Insurance is probably one of the oldest human economic activities, appearing not long after the advent of trade, and developing as a way of protecting merchants from unforeseen events (natural catastrophes, robberies, etc.). There is evidence of traders using insurance for risk management as early as the third millennium BCE (“before the common era”).

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