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eBook An Elected Official's Guide to Multi-Year Budgeting ePub

by Salomon A. Guajardo

  • ISBN: 0891252150
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Salomon A. Guajardo
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Government Finance Officers Association (September 20, 2000)
  • Pages: 61
  • ePub book: 1968 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1207 kb
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An Elected Official’s Guide to Multi-Year Budgeting. Government Finance Officers Association. BUDGETING Multi-year budgeting and states Multi-year budgeting and counties Multi-year budgeting and cities Multi-year budgeting and special districts Rationale for multi-year budgeting Which of the NACSLB’s Recommended Practices does multi-year budgeting best address? 15 BASIC QUESTIONS What is a multi-year budget? How does a multi-year budget differ from an annual budget?

An elected official’s guide to multi-year budgeting. Biennial budgeting: a tool for improving government management and oversight. Do state budget officials regularly underforecast revenue collections, and, if so, why? Analysis of 336 forecast errors for the 50 states from fiscal year 1975 through fiscal year 1992 indicated that the revenues collected by the states have been, on average, . percent more than the revenues that were forecasted.

Multi-year budgets exist in many forms, such as a biennial budget, a three-year budget, or a five-year budget. Related books and articles. A multi-year budget also may consist of a biennial budget with one or more financial plans serving as tentative spending plans for the next biennial budget. The most common types of multi-year budgets used by local governments are biennial budgets. Historically, local governments have implemented one of three types of biennial budgets: an annual budget with a financial plan, a rolling biennial budget, or a classic/traditional biennial budget which are defined as follows.

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2 See, for example, Salomon Guajardo, An Elected Officials Guide to Multi-Year Budgeting, (Chicago . This section briefly addresses the main advantages and disadvantages with respect to multi-year budgeting, as found in the literature.

2 See, for example, Salomon Guajardo, An Elected Officials Guide to Multi-Year Budgeting, (Chicago: Government Finance Officers Association, November, 2006) 17. 3 See ibid, 23. 4 See ibid, 2. It will also provide some mitigation strategies to address the disadvantages. Before doing so, however, a major issue that emerges in the multi-year budgeting process needs to be addressed: dealing with election years. If done correctly, a multi-year budget will straddle election years.

Guajardo SA (2000) An elected official’s guide to multi-year budgeting. Jackson A (2002) Taking the plunge: the conversion to multi-year budgeting

Guajardo SA (2000) An elected official’s guide to multi-year budgeting. GFOA, Washington, DCGoogle Scholar. Heckman J (1979) Sample selection bias as a specification error. Jackson A (2002) Taking the plunge: the conversion to multi-year budgeting. Joyce P (2000) Biennial budgeting: a tool for improving government management and oversight. Testimony before the House Committee on Rules, 16 Mar 2000Google Scholar. Lowrie SG (1915) The proper function of the state budget.

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