Master budget framework, Cost Accounting

Master Budget Framework

The master budget is the overall quantifications of the budgeting plan. In this, functional budgets are not corporate. A functional budget is a budget if income and or expenditure for a particular function. Therefore the master budget combines all the budgets of the different departments in organizations. It is useful in ensuring about all the individual budgets are consistent along with one another and presents also a 'unit' picture of the whole organization.

It is made up of both non-production and production budgets.

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Production budgets include:

- Sales Budget

- Finished Goods Budgets

- Material budges

- Labour budgets

- Overheads budgets.

Non-Production Budgets Include

- Selling & Distribution

- Administration Budget

- Cash Budget

- Research and Development - Capex

- All these budgets translate into the projected profit and loss a/c and the budgeted Balance Sheet.

- The relationship between all these budgets is summarized in the figure.

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