Activity-based budgeting


A method of budgeting in which the activities that incur costs in every functional area of an organization are recorded and their relationships are defined and analyzed. Activities are then attached to strategic goal, after which the costs of the activities needed are used to create the budget. Activity based revenue stands in contrast to traditional, cost-based revenue practices in which a prior period's budget is simply adjusted to account for inflation or earning growth. As such, ABB provides opportunities to align activities with objective streamline costs and improve business practices 


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