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... in the income that might happen, in other words “Hope for the best and plan for the worst”. From this case study I have learned that there is no budget is ever perfect. Revisions are sometimes necessary and need not wait until you are in a serious financial crisis. Careful monitoring and fine tune adjustments will be necessary, particularly during the first year of operation. There will be many hard decisions to be taken, yet in making these difficult choices, the program mission and long-range goals must be taken in consideration. A high percentage cut in any one line item in the budget’s expenditures generally will have a very serious impact on the program quality. On the other hand, higher expensive areas that can be cut by a small percentage generally will have only a minimal impact, yet can save much more than cutting higher percentage from less expensive areas.
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