Capital expenditure budget, Cost Accounting

Capital Expenditure Budget

This represents the expenditure on all fixed assets throughout the budget period.  Addition intended to profit future accounting periods, or expenditure that increases the production efficiency, capacity lifespan or economy of an existing fixed assets are incorporated also.

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