Sales budget, Cost Accounting

Sales Budget

It provides volume of sales and sales mix of the recent operations. The sales forecast is initially prepared and upon completion the sales budget is finalized. The given are generally considered in coming up along with the sales forecast.

  1. Real sales in the previous periods.
  2. Reports from salesmen.
  3. Market research information.
  4. Level of orders already received in advance.

It essentially forecasts what the company can reasonably expect to sell to the customer throughout the budget period.

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